SMART Plans

Making plans to support individuals and families is a core part of our work with children and families. 

The plan should set out what services are to be delivered, and what actions are to be undertaken, by whom and for what purpose.

The plan should reflect this and set clear measurable outcomes for the child and expectations for the parents, with measurable, reviewable actions for them.

The plan should be reviewed regularly to analyse whether sufficient progress has been made to meet the child’s needs and the level of risk faced by the child. This will be important for neglect cases where parents and carers can make small improvements. The test should be whether any improvements in adult behaviour are sufficient and sustained. 

The plan should set clear measurable outcomes for the child and expectations for the parents. The plan should reflect the positive aspects of the family situation as well as the weaknesses.


Top Tips and examples of SMART Plans

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