The A.R.C.H.E.S Practice Framework (APF) has been developed to support service delivery to achieve desired outcomes; viewed through a multi-layered lens of the individual, the team, and the organisation. The APF can be contextualised to suit industry specific assessments, promoting best practice standards and overall organisational improvement.
The APF is comprised of three key components known as The Anatomy of the Arches Practice Framework. The Anatomy consists of:
The APF uses the Guiding Tenets to engage a 360 review of organisational performance and wellbeing.
The Guiding Tenets are:
Each of these tenets focuses on key areas of assessment to primarily:
The APF utilises the Model of Client Engagement in its approach to engaging with any people aspect of the framework, whether that is with staff, clients, external stakeholders, contractors, or the wider community.
The Model of Client Engagement focuses on 6 areas of review –
Each area of review targets specific aspects pertaining to the differing needs of the individual, the team/workgroup, and the overall organisation within the dynamic.
Central to the APF is an organisation’s purpose; reflected by the Vision, Mission, Values/Principles, and any guiding ethos that exists.
Our Vision – Providing therapeutic accommodation options to increase Family, Kin, Foster, and Residential Care Stability
Our Mission – Delivering Safe, Supportive Solutions
Our Values/Principles – The A.C.T.E.D. Principles
Strategic alignment to the purpose is of critical focus, partnered with ensuring the purpose is not only connected to people and practice; but it is understood and demonstrated at all levels of the organisation.
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