The major focus of integrated working is to encourage workforce involved with caring for children as well as young people. Moreover, it is regarded as a process of involving the practitioners as well as the sectors involved with welfare programmes that are designed especially for children as well as young people. Furthermore, there should be an effective communication among these different professionals as well as individuals in order to perform different welfare activities successfully  (Crown, 2012).
In accordance with the scenario, the child i.e. Jordan will be taken into concern. Jordan is suffering from cerebral palsy. She is in year five at a mainstream school as well as requires Special Educational Needs (SEN). The discussion will emphasize on contributions provided by various professionals or individuals of Every Child Matters Outcomes and integrated working involved with the family. Moreover, a detailed analysis will also be conducted for determining the integrated services that are provided by the professional or the individuals involved with the family. In addition, the discussion will also emphasize upon the factors that might assist in improving integrated working procedures at large.
The government of the UK has formulated effective plans and programmes in order to enhance the lives of young people, children as well as the families of the children. Moreover, these programmes are formulated with the intention of improving the quality of life of every children as well as young people. The Children Act 2004 provides legal support to all these programmes that are broadly initiated. Furthermore, this Act offers significant duties as well as determines the responsibilities for providing better services to children  (Crown, 2012).
‘Every Child Matters’ is fundamentally considered to be the national framework for the programmes which are initiated in order to comply with the requirements of the ...Show more