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Childrens Team pilot Update

July 30, 2013 at 5:00 PM

Minister Paula Bennett shares news of the engagement of the Children's Team in Rotorua with its first local children.

A team of Rotorua professionals in health education welfare and social services takes the lead for each child and ensures that each of the team member gains from their agency or department all that is required to help the child in the agreed plan. The responsibility to put the pieces of the puzzle together sits with the lead professional who is ultimately accountable to the Childrens team and ultimately to the respective Ministers.

More on Minister Bennett's news release here



Category: White Paper for vulnerable children