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Topics: Families and Children Organizations: Human Services Publication Type: Policy

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April 1, 2015

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This document provides the framework for the evaluation and scoring of child care programs participating in Alberta Child Care Accreditation against the accreditation standards. The Government of Alberta contracts the delivery of accreditation assessment services to an accrediting organization...


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December 1, 2013

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Presents a framework for provision of services to multicultural, immigrant and refugee families as developed by the Edmonton and Area Child and Family Services Authority. The framework encompasses services to children, youth and families not only in the Child Intervention sphere but also...


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November 1, 2013

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Family violence hurts everyone–the children, women, men and families who experience violence, the witnesses and bystanders, as well as those who are responsible for committing the violence.


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March 1, 2013

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Outcome-based management planning is an approach to operationalize the recommendations resulting from the Year 5 Evaluation of the FASD 10-Year Strategic Plan. Outcome-based management looks beyond inputs, activities and outputs, expanding the meaning of accountability to include a life-cycle...


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January 1, 2013

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This protocol outlines how the Child Intervention Services (CIS) (as delivered by the Child and Family Services Authorities (CFSAs) and Delegated First Nation Agencies (DFNAs) and the Family Support for Children with Disabilities (FCSD) programs will work together to best support children, youth...


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December 1, 2006

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The Child Intervention Services (CIS) program is delivered by the Child and Family Services Authorities (CFSAs) as well as by the Delegated First Nations Agencies (DFNAs) for children and families living on reserve. (For the purposes of this document, the term 'CIS caseworkers' refers to program...