There is a new client visit policy document. This document outlines the client visit policy and CRIS requirements.

The Client Visit Case Note on CRIS has been enhanced and is now required for use for every visit to a child.

The Client Visit Case Note has been enhanced and is now required for use for every visit to a child.

Client Visits occur when a practitioner has (or intends to have) direct face to face contact with a child and intentionally observes, interacts or engages with them.

Client visits are to be purposeful, including a focus on engaging the child, achieving the permanency objective and working through the goals and tasks identified in the case plan.

See Client visit policy for further information.

Amendments to existing documents have been made as a result of the client visit policy and CRIS enhancements. They can be found at:

Case planning advice

Case recording

Child protection best interests case practice

Practice Dictionary Definition

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