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Professionals' understanding should reflect that the CAF form is not a referral form, although it may be used to support a referral or specialist assessment.
Local Authorities must have a Health and Well Being Board, the purpose of which is to "bring together local commissioners across the NHS, public health and social care, elected representatives and representatives of Health Watch to deliver integrated health and care services to improve the health and wellbeing of people in their area".
Authorities may choose to have a Children's Trust or Partnership Board to focus specifically on children's services.
Section 11 of the Children Act 2004 places duties on a range of organisations and individuals to ensure their functions, and any services that they contract out to others, are discharged having regard to the need to safeguard and promote the welfare of children.
To fulfil their responsibilities to safeguard and promote the welfare of children all organisations that provide services for children, parents or families, or work with children, should have in place: All agencies whose staff come into contact with children in their daily activities, and / or who provide services to adults who are parents, must ensure their staff are aware of the local Early Help services, the Threshold Document and the Common Assessment Framework (CAF) and how it is used, and that there are enough people in their agency with the necessary skills, training and support to undertake an Early Assessment and/or a CAF.
Where a child has suffered, or is likely to suffer, significant harm, LA children's social care professionals are responsible for co-ordinating an assessment of the child's needs, the parents' capacity to keep the child safe and promote their welfare, and of the wider family circumstances.
Local authorities also have responsibility for safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children who are excluded from school, or who have not obtained a school place (e.g.That senior officer, or a senior manager reporting to her, must have relevant skills and experience in, and knowledge of, safeguarding and child protection, and that they provide high quality leadership in this area as part of the delivery of effective children's social care services as a whole.The local authority is required to ensure that children in its area are protected from significant harm.They should do this in partnership with parents and in a way which is sensitive to the child's race, religion, culture and language, and where practicable, take account of the child's wishes and feelings.Local authorities, with the help of other agencies as appropriate, also have a duty (s47, Children Act 1989) to make enquiries if they have reason to suspect that a child in their area is suffering, or is likely to suffer significant harm, to enable them to decide whether they should take any action to safeguard or promote the child's welfare.Any child who has suffered, or is likely to suffer, significant harm is invariably a child in need in terms of s17, Children Act 1989.