The Common Assessment Framework is a key part of delivering frontline services that are integrated and focused around the needs of children and young people. It is a standardised approach used by practitioners to assess children's additional needs and decide how these should be met.
This section offers information about the CAF procedures and practical tools for managers, practitioners and parents to understand and utilise the framework.
An overview of how the Common Assessment Framework is used to identify and manage the needs of children and young people.
General article 23 October 2013
Information about the the national eCAF IT system.
General article 03 December 2012
An explanation of how the Common Assessment Framework form is used in the process to assess the needs of children and young people.
General article 26 April 2012