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The Reunification Practice Map is a tool developed by the South West region. The map outlines the key activities and decision making points associated with supporting effective reunification practice, starting from day 1 to when a case can be closed. Collaborative Assessment and Planning and Family-Led Decision Making underpins the work and orients practitioners to focus on harnessing safety, reducing risk, building safety and maintaining connections. Embedded within the map is the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child Placement Principle and the dimensions of permanency, with concurrent case planning a primary consideration.
Some key areas give life to the Reunification Practice Map and support practitioners to focus on strengths based, task oriented interventions to support reunification decision making:
Where can the Framework for Practice tools best be used across the Reunification Practice Map?
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