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The graphic information below summarizes the progress on recommendations received and actions taken, in relation to child intervention, for the most current 5 years.
The public reporting on progress allows recommending bodies and Albertans to keep informed of systemic improvement to the child intervention system. The status of all recommendations is updated twice every year (September and March).
Overall recommendations progress (2014-15 to September 2018-19)
||Completed: the intent of the recommendation has been met by the actions taken|
||Completed/Alternate Solution: the ministry has developed an alternate solution which addresses the concern|
||In Progress: steps or actions are underway to achieve the recommendation|
||N/A: recommendation was not accepted or intended for the ministry|
||Ongoing: long term action required - systemic or standing issues|
||Abandoned: the recommendation is no longer being worked on due to changes in resources, ministerial direction or evidence-based research|
Recommendation count by author, progress and fiscal year
The following chart provides a breakdown of the recommendations by year and recommending body.
|ACSW||Alberta College of Social Workers|
|CQA||Council for Quality Assurance|
|IOC||Implementation Oversight Committee|
|MPCI||Ministerial Panel on Child Intervention|
|OAG||Office of the Auditor General|
|OCYA||Office of the Child and Youth Advocate|
Recommendations and reports
Total recommendation count by fiscal year