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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. We receive recommendations from recognized formal inputs such as the Fatality Inquiry Board and the Office of the Child and Youth Advocate.
These reports are directly or indirectly related to children who have received services in child intervention. Some of the recommendations from these reports are intended exclusively for other ministries, and Children’s Services does not track progress on these.
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).
Figure 1. Overall progress on 93 recommendations (2018-19 to September 2022-23)
||Completed: the recommendation, or the intent of the recommendation, has been met by the actions taken|
||In progress: steps or actions are underway to achieve the recommendation|
||Not applicable: recommendation was not accepted by the ministry|
Recommendation count by author, progress and fiscal year
Figure 2. Breakdown of the recommendations by year and recommending body.
Table 1. Acronyms
|MPCI||Ministerial Panel on Child Intervention|
|OCYA||Office of the Child and Youth Advocate|
Recommendations and reports
Table 2. Total recommendation count by fiscal year
Table 3. 2022-23 report recommendation count
|Report title||Number of recommendations||Number for Children's Services|
|OCYA: 2022/23 Investigative Review – Mandatory Reviews Into Child Deaths, October 1, 2021 to March 31, 2022||1||1|
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