How do we measure success in our work? What would a successful conclusion to a case be?

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14 Jan 2015 -- Judit Németh-Almasi

Frequently there is no ‘perfect’ outcome in child protection work, however much we might want one.  Sometimes it is no so much as case of ‘best situation’ but the least worse.  However we might be able to regard the situation as successful where we have been able to reduce the level of risk to a child to an acceptable level and have been able to equip the child with the necessary resources to be able to cope and adjust to the changing circumstances of their lives.  This would include ensuring that their rights are respected so that they are able to achieve their full potential (eg right to education etc).

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