The Quality Assurance worker was seconded to the Nipissing Parry Sound Children’s Aid Society in order to complete reviews of all First Nation files at the Society, on their Frontline Legacy System. These reviews included child care files, customary care files, kinship files, investigation files, ongoing protection files, and any open and active file identified as First Nation, Inuit or Metis. The purpose of the file review was to ensure that data was accurate in the system, and that all First Nation, Inuit, Metis files would be flagged appropriately as such.
Niijaansinaanik and Nipissing Children’s Aid Society continue to work together ensure that files are accurately identified. Currently underway is the beginning stages of completing another file review, as the Society has switched over to a new data software, CPIN (Child Protection Information Network), which has come with new challenges
It is also the role of Quality Assurance to ensure Privacy protocol, and to take the lead as Privacy Officer, as the new Privacy Protocol approaches (Part X) in January 2020.
Quality Assurance is responsible for recording our prevention statistics, which includes our Youth Program, Jordan’s Principle Program as well as our Cultural Program. Contact our office for more information.