All work with parents should reflect the rights of the child

All work with parents should reflect the rights of the child. As care workers we need to work in partnership with parents at all times, encouraging independence and self-reliance. those in a parenting role are acknowledged as having unique knowledge and information about their children and are the primary educators of their children. Children are the responsibility of, and make a positive contribution to, the wider society as well as their families. Our Service aims to offer a range of appropriate support for both child and parent level of need.

Good practice requires reflection, regular and appropriate supervision and support as well as a continuing search for improvement. We utilise effective working partnerships with agencies and individuals in providing support to parents and families. Integrated working and the sharing of approaches across services is a key element of this our role. Parenting information, education, support and interventions should utilise the best known evidence for good outcomes for children and parents. We are committed to engaging with children, young people and families fully through identifying goals, assessing options, mentoring or coaching, making decisions and reviewing outcomes. We support the children and families involvement in the development, delivery and evaluation of children’s services. We are committed to working with parents and families so that children and young people have the opportunity to achieve positive outcomes and Work with parents to recognise the need for innovation and creativity to address both emerging and local needs and to build self-regulating and supportive community networks.