- Consultation Request form – (PDF form)
- Information Sharing Consent (PDF form, print and have parent/guardian sign)
- Feedback survey – After you have connected with services through Complex Case, we would like your feedback. Please take a few minutes to tell us about your experience.
School-based and Regional Multi-disciplinary Teams bring a case forward through their Leadership Team representative(s). Please note the following schedule for 2018/19:
- September 4
- October 2
- November 6
- December 4
- January 4
- February 5
- March 5
- April 2
- May 7
- June 4
- September 25
- October 23
- November 27
- December 18
- January 22
- February 26
- March 26
- April 30
- May 28
- June 25
Prior to bringing a case forward, school-based and school-linked teams will have exhausted all typical strategies and resources. Following parent/guardian consent, the Complex Case Team can be accessed for:
The Team can convene in response to an emergent situation where child/youth safety is at risk. The request is initiated by the Leadership Team representative working most closely with the child/youth and family.
In this case, the Complex Case Team will seek to connect the child/youth with community supports as an interim, and perhaps, ongoing measure. Depending on the circumstances, the Urgent Conference may be followed by a Case Conference once the emergent needs have been addressed.
The Team will meet with school-based and school-linked team representatives along with family and /or community agency representatives to:
- review child/youth strengths, challenges, and needs
- explore additional strategies for implementation by front-line staff/family
- provide recommendations to support the child/youth
- Case management support for the family to engage with all available services.
- Meet our Systems Navigators – Tracey Erickson-Driscoll and Natalie McLean
The Team will consider funding requests for extraordinary supports for children/youth identified by the school-linked team where funding is not available through any other avenue. An integrated service plan is required outlining the need of the requested support and include a method to demonstrate/measure the impact of the requested support.
Funding accessed through the Complex Case Team is available on a short-term basis and is provided to address identified service / resource gaps. Examples of funding requests that could be considered:
- Specialized training
- In identifying training options, order of priority is given to accessing events within the SWRCSD partnership first, then within Alberta, next within Canada, and finally international opportunities.
- On-site coaching to build skill capacity of front-line staff members
- In identifying content area specialists, order of priority is given to accessing professionals within the SWRCSD partnership first, then within Alberta, next within Canada, and finally international.
- Specialized assessments not typically available or conducted by SWRCD partner organizations