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GIRFEC Refresh

GIRFEC is central to all Scottish Government policies which support children, young people and their families and is delivered through services and people who work with families.

GIRFEC is implemented in partnership with local delivery partners (local authorities, health boards and the third sector), by providing access to early help, planning and co-ordination of services where beneficial.

The overall GIRFEC approach is unchanged but guidance is being refreshed and updated. The Scottish Government wishes to consult with key stakeholders to ensure that the materials provide practitioners with the confidence, clarity and practical support to deliver GIRFEC.

The ALLIANCE has produced two videos with information about the GIRFEC guidance refresh, which can be viewed below.

GIRFEC Guidance Refresh Presentation – YouTube
Sarah Corbett is the GIRFEC Policy Manager from the Children and Families Directorate at a Scottish Government. In this video, Sarah provides viewers with the key points around the guidance refresh including what is changing and why.

GIRFEC Guidance Refresh Q&A – YouTube
Sarah Corbett is the GIRFEC Policy Manager from the Children and Families Directorate at a Scottish Government. In this video, Sarah answers questions on what’s coming up with the GIRFEC guidance refresh and goes into detail around the reasons for this refresh and what it means for people in Scotland.

A guide for care at home staff self-testing for Coronavirus using a Lateral Flow Device

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Training: Assisting staff to self test for COVID-19 using a Lateral Flow Device – Turas

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