TRACS

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  • Author:TRACS
  • Published:August 2022
  • Country: United Kingdom

TRACS – Helping you deliver, share and record better outcomes for your Looked After Children.

TRACS - Helping you deliver, share and record better outcomes for your Looked After Children

TRACS is a secure cloud platform, designed to help those working with looked after children deliver better outcomes, by automatically scheduling and prioritising the key activities that must be completed. TRACS promotes transparency of the care service plan; increasing time available for interventions and driving outcomes to reduce any unnecessary time in care; at the same time, empowering their journey into independent living.

Why TRACS?

TRACS can help to solve a number of challenges faced by local authorities when delivering services for looked after children. When adopted, TRACS reduces workload while encouraging best practices, promoting accountability and empowering those in care.

Key Benefits

  • Governance.
  • Accountability.
  • Traceability.
  • Empowerment.
  • Value for Money.
  • Ease of Use.

Who is TRACS for?

  • Service Managers.
  • Team Managers.
  • Social Workers / Personal Advisors.
  • Key Workers / Foster Carers.
  • IROs.
  • Young People in Care.
  • Parents / Carers.

How Can We Help?

  • Preparing looked after children for thriving in the community as adults is a priority. To help professionals and care leavers achieve this, we have developed unique solutions that help to drive improved outcomes for those in their care.
  • Setbacks can lead to young people remaining in supported accommodation longer than necessary; costing local government time and money that can be more effectively used on improving outcomes and services for young people.
  • Rather than actions being done to or for the looked after child, TRACS enables young people to work with care professionals and carers, who share their timeline. As per the recent care commission report, Local Authorities should remain primarily focused on the child; in terms of inclusion, transparency and empowerment.
  • The current Pathway Plan is reviewed firstly in 3 months then every 6 months; leaving scope for a number of changes and stumbling blocks that may not be picked up in ample time to avoid significant delays. TRACS has a clear accountability process with continuous updates that significantly reduce any gaps in the service.

Contact TRACS

TracsUK, Winchester, Hampshire, SO23 7QS
[email protected]
07583 009044
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