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Child Welfare Data and Results

 Child Welfare Data and Results

The child welfare sector of Ontario is committed to using data to continuously improve the services it provides to children, youth and families. CLICK here to learn more about the background of Child Welfare Performance Indicators.

What are Performance Indicators?

They are a tool to help child welfare strive for better outcomes for the children, youth and families we serve. By definition, performance indicators can be both descriptive and numerical results that measure the performance of an important service. They can also measure efficiency, effectiveness, value for money and client satisfaction. For example, numerical performance indicators can measure outputs such as how much of a service was delivered, percentage of age groups, proportion of specific factors or the cost of interventions.

In the provincial system of performance indicators, Children’s Aid Societies are collecting numerical data to measure performance in five areas of child welfare: safety, permanence, well-being, organizational capacity and governance effectiveness.

Results for Halton Children’s Aid Society


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