Children and young people will have better chance of a positive future if the adults in their lives are communicating effectively to ensure they receive the best possible support. For them to do this. Every significant adult involved in the child’s life must share any information that is relevant to the child’s safety, health, wellbeing and development.
There are many outcomes for children that will be positive if the professionals that are working with the children and the families and that they can share and agree upon the way they might asses, plan and implement for the child. Children and their parents can be involved in the plans to ensure that a child can achieve their potential in life. If the outcomes for the child are to be positive it is important that all adults involved understand what information can be shared and the importance of confidentiality. But if this isn’t implemented or lack of multi-agency and integrated working can have a serious result for any child. For example, if a child with a speech and language difficulty that is not getting the extra support they need because a key worker feels unable to bring it up with parents.
Without interacting with the parents. The key worker than won’t be able getting permission for the child to get extra support, such as speech and language therapist. This means there must be an early intervention to make sure that the child can be able to have help and have a better potential in life.