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This data tracks the deaths of children up to 18 years old by the manner in which they died. It also identifies whether or not the child, youth or their family were involved with a children's aid society within 12 months of their death. This data is collected by the Office of the Chief Coroner. Actual number of paediatric deaths is calculated based on data provided by the Registrar General of Ontario and by children's aid societies.
This data tracks the deaths of children up to 18 years old and identifies whether or not the child or youth was in the care of a children's aid society at the time of their death. The data is provided to the Office of the Chief Coroner by children's aid societies and has not been independently verified by the Office of the Chief Coroner.
The data tracks how many children in customary care and the care of children's aid societies are eligible for RESPs and how many RESPs have been established for eligible children. The dataset is broken down by: * children's aid society * ministry fiscal year *[RESP]: Registered Education Savings Plan
The data tracks the number of children and youth in customary care and the care of Children's Aid Societies (CAS) who are eligible for the OCBE program. This includes the number of participants in the Savings Program and Activities Program. The Activities Program is further broken down by intended outcomes (i.e., Outcome A - Higher Educational Achievement; Outcome B - Higher Degree of Resilience; Outcome C - Smoother Transition to Adulthood). The data provides information on the number of children who participated in activities intended for Outcomes A, B and/or C. The datasets are also broken down by: * Children's aid society (CAS) * Ministry fiscal year *[OCBE]: Ontario Child Benefit Equivalent
Data shows number of: * adopted children with and without access orders before adoption * applications for openness orders * people receiving a notice of the right to apply for an openness order * openness orders made by the court * openness agreements entered into by parties involved in an adoption * openness agreements supervised by children's aid societies
Child Protection Services provides protection for First Nations children and youth who are at risk of, or are experiencing abuse or neglect. Child Protection Services for First Nations children with "reserve status" is provided in Ontario by both First Nations and non-First Nations Children's Aid Societies (CAS). CAS operating expenditures include the costs of providing residential or non- residential services, individual and family counselling and program administration as approved in service plans. The portion of a CAS's operating expenditures eligible for federal reimbursement under the "Memorandum of Agreement Respecting Welfare Services for Indians" is equal to the ratio of the number of First Nations children to the number of non-First Nations children receiving care at a CAS.
ADR is a strategy to streamline court processes and encourage alternatives to court. It focuses on a more strengths-based, inclusive and collaborative approach to resolving child protection disputes, and encourages the involvement and support of the family, extended family, and the community, in planning and decision-making for children. The dataset describes the number of referrals in child protection cases that are made to ADR service providers funded by the Ministry of Children and Youth Services, including referrals tracked by Children's Aid Societies. An ADR service provider is a third-party transfer payment agency that is funded by the Ministry of Children and Youth Services to deliver and/or coordinate the delivery of ADR services.
The Child Witness Program offers a number of services, including: * assessing children's needs in court * preparing children for court * accompanying children to court * supporting parents and guardians * helping with victim impact statements * service referrals * post-court follow-ups
There are 21 ministry-funded Children's Treatment Centres across Ontario. These centres provide rehabilitation services to children and youth with moderate or severe disabilities and other special needs. This mapping data represents the service area boundaries of the 21 centres.
The data lists all Children's Residences licensed by the Ministry of Children and Youth Services as of March 31, 2016 (excluding youth justice facilities). The dataset includes: * region * agency name * licence ID * licensed capacity * expiry date of the licence * licensed site * city *[ID]: identification