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How We Ensure Positive Outcomes for Children and Young People are achieved at Glebe House
Disabled children, young people and their families deserve the best services. At Glebe House we want to do all we can to help met their needs. We work alongside families, to support them, to help them access services and to help the children and young people to have the same opportunities as all other children and young people.
We want to meet the needs of the children and young people in ways that focus on strengths and abilities rather than disabilities. What young people do in their leisure time can influence their future outcomes. Participation in positive activities protects against poor outcomes and helps
get rid of negative feelings. It helps young people to feel good about themselves and builds their self-esteem and motivation.

There are many processes we go through to ensure that we are achieving positive outcomes for children, young people and their families at glebe house.
We collect, and accurately record all relevant information at the
point of referral from either   a parent/carer or another professional i.e. social worker. We also safeguard and promote the welfare of the children and keep them safe from harm.
We obtain all necessary information to complete our assessments (if one has not already been carried out by social services) that caters for the needs of the children and young people.
We plan with the family any support they require whilst using our services, appoint a keyworker and attend any relevant meetings.
We review all the information for the child in order to evaluate achievements and outcomes, provide written review reports outlining the Every Child Matters 5 Outcomes and make any changes as and when necessary.
Formal meetings
We work with children, young people, families and other professionals to develop an integrated service and   to help the sharing of information. We take part in...