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Abuse in care

748916 | Glossary Item | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
In the context of the Australian child protection systems in operation in each state and territory, abuse in care refers to instances of abuse of children in out-of-home care, on third party parental orders, or on other orders that transfer full or partial parental responsibility for the child to an authority of the State. It can involve physical abuse, sexual abuse, emotional abuse and neglect. Abuse in care includes instances where the person held responsible is: a) the approved carer b) anoth...
Standard: Children and Families

Access arrangement type

475851 | Property | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A descriptor of type of arrangement made between relevant parties in relation to having access to an individual, and/or access to information about an individual.
Standard: Community Services (retired), Children and Families

Address—statistical area, level 2 (SA2) code (ASGS 2016) N(9)

659774 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A designated region with a pre-determined population describing location which represents medium-sized general purpose area aggregated from whole Statistical areas level 1, as represented by a code.
Superseded: Health
Standard: Children and Families

Adoption

470086 | Object Class | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A legal process by which a person legally becomes a child of the adoptive parent(s) and legally ceases to be a child of his/her existing parent(s).
Standard: Community Services (retired), Children and Families

Adoption consent

650102 | Property | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The parental consent obtained or dispensed with for an adoption.
Standard: Children and Families

Adoption consent code N

749118 | Value Domain | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A code set representing the consent by birth parents to an adoption.
Standard: Children and Families

Adoption consent code N

468236 | Value Domain | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A code set representing the consent by birth parents to an adoption.
Standard: Community Services (retired)
Superseded: Children and Families

Adoption Indigenous status code N

729916 | Value Domain | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A code set representing Indigenous status.
Standard: Children and Families

Adoption organisation sector

468243 | Property | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
An organisation sector authorised under adoption legislation to make the decision about the placement of an adoptive child.
Standard: Community Services (retired), Children and Families

Adoption placement

653253 | Property | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The legal placement of a child for adoption.
Standard: Children and Families

Adoption placement not finalised

650132 | Property | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A child placed with adoptive parents prior to finalisation of an adoption order.
Standard: Children and Families

Adoption type

467120 | Property | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A descriptor of the category by which a person legally becomes a child of the adoptive parent(s) and legally ceases to be a child of his/her existing parent(s).
Standard: Community Services (retired), Children and Families

Adoption type code N

749255 | Value Domain | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A code set representing categories of adoptions.
Standard: Children and Families

Adoption type code N

700998 | Value Domain | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A code set representing categories of adoptions.
Standard: Children and Families

Adoption—access arrangement type

475854 | Data Element Concept | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The type of arrangement made between relevant parties to an adoption at the time of the adoption order regarding contact with, and/or the release of information about, one or more individuals.
Standard: Community Services (retired), Children and Families

Adoption—access arrangement type, agreement type code N

475856 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The type of arrangement made between relevant parties to an adoption at the time of the adoption order regarding contact with, and/or the release of information about, one or more individuals, as represented by a code.
Standard: Community Services (retired), Children and Families

Adoption—adoption consent

650098 | Data Element Concept | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The type of consent given for an adoption.
Standard: Children and Families

Adoption—adoption consent, code N

749120 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The type of consent given for an adoption, as represented by a code.
Standard: Children and Families

Adoption—adoption organisation sector

650110 | Data Element Concept | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The sector in which an organisation responsible for arranging a finalised adoption operates.
Standard: Children and Families

Adoption—adoption organisation sector, code N

650104 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The sector in which an organisation responsible for arranging a finalised adoption operates, as represented by a code.
Standard: Children and Families

Adoption—adoption placement

653259 | Data Element Concept | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The placement of a child with an adoptive family.
Standard: Children and Families

Adoption—adoption placement not finalised

650134 | Data Element Concept | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A child placed with adoptive parents prior to finalisation of an adoption order.
Standard: Children and Families

Adoption—adoption placement not finalised, total N[NN]

650136 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The total number of children placed with adoptive parents prior to finalisation of an adoption order.
Standard: Children and Families

Adoption—adoption placement, total N[NN]

749124 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The total number of children placed with adoptive parents.
Standard: Children and Families

Adoption—adoption placement, total N[NN]

653256 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The total number of children placed with adoptive families.
Standard: Children and Families

Adoption—application for information lodged

650126 | Data Element Concept | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The lodgement of an application seeking information about an adoption.
Standard: Children and Families

Adoption—application for information lodged, total number N[NN]

722841 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The total number of applications lodged by adults seeking information about an adoption.
Standard: Children and Families

Adoption—application for information type, code N

749127 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The type of application seeking information about an individual in relation to an adoption, as represented by a code.
Standard: Children and Families

Adoption—application type, information/veto code N[N]

749130 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The reason for which an application was lodged by a person in relation to an adoption, as represented by a code.
Standard: Children and Families

Adoption—children adopted as part of a sibling group

650922 | Data Element Concept | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Children adopted at the same time and into the same family as part of a sibling group.
Standard: Children and Families

Adoption—children adopted as part of a sibling group, total number N[N]

650925 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The total number of children adopted at the same time and into the same family as part of a sibling group.
Standard: Children and Families

Adoption—finalised adoption

650120 | Data Element Concept | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The severing of a legal relationship between a child and the biological parents and the transferring in full of the legal relationship of parent and child to the adoptive parent(s).
Standard: Children and Families

Adoption—finalised adoption, total number N[NN]

749186 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The total number of finalised adoptions.
Standard: Children and Families

Adoption—Indigenous status, code N

729914 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
Whether an adoptive parent identifies as being of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander origin, as represented by a code. This is in accord with the first two of three components of the Commonwealth definition.
Standard: Children and Families

Adoption—intercountry adoption program

687799 | Data Element Concept | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
An intercountry adoption placement under a program.
Standard: Children and Families

Adoption—person who lodged a veto

653307 | Data Element Concept | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The person who lodged a veto preventing another party to an adoption from making contact and/or restrict the release of identifying information about themselves.
Standard: Children and Families

Adoption—person who lodged a veto, party to an adoption, code N[N]

722880 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The adult person who lodged a veto preventing another party to an adoption from making contact and/or restrict the release of identifying information about themselves, as represented by a code.
Standard: Children and Families

Adoption—person who lodged an application for information, party to an adoption code N[N]

722895 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The adult person who lodged an application for information about an adoption, as represented by a code.
Standard: Children and Families

Adoption—sibling group, total groups N[N]

650148 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The total number of sibling groups adopted.
Standard: Children and Families

Adoption—veto in place

650152 | Data Element Concept | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The existence of a veto blocking contact or the release of identifying information in relation to an adoption.
Standard: Children and Families

Adoption—veto in place, total number N[NN]

650150 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The total number of vetoes blocking contact or the release of identifying information in relation to an adoption.
Standard: Children and Families

Adoption—veto lodgement

650158 | Data Element Concept | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The lodgement of a veto blocking contact or the release of identifying information in relation to an adoption.
Standard: Children and Families

Adoption—veto lodgement, total number N[NN]

750087 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The total number of vetoes lodged blocking contact or the release of identifying information in relation to an adoption.
Standard: Children and Families

Adoption—veto type

653363 | Data Element Concept | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The type of veto put in place in relation to an adoption to block contact with an individual or the release of identifying information about an individual.
Standard: Children and Families

Adoption—veto type, code N

653241 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The type of veto put in place in relation to an adoption to block contact with an individual or the release of identifying information about an individual, as represented by a code.
Standard: Children and Families

Adoptive family

468184 | Object Class | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The family into which a person is adopted.
Standard: Community Services (retired), Children and Families

Adoptive family composition type code N[N]

655264 | Value Domain | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A code set representing the sibling composition of the family into which a child is adopted.
Standard: Children and Families

Adoptive family—sibling composition

468186 | Data Element Concept | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The sibling composition of the family into which a child is adopted.
Standard: Community Services (retired), Children and Families

Adoptive family—sibling composition, text X[X(199)]

749217 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The sibling composition of the family into which a child is adopted, as represented by text.
Standard: Children and Families

Adoptive family—sibling composition, type code N[N]

749214 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The sibling composition of the family into which a child is adopted, as represented by a code.
Standard: Children and Families

Adoptive family—special care need

687826 | Data Element Concept | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The level of additional resources and/or support services required by the adopted child and/or their adoptive family for care provision.
Standard: Children and Families

Adoptive family—special care need, code N

749221 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The level of additional resources and/or support services required by the adopted child and/or their adoptive family to foster healthy development and wellbeing, and to support positive family functioning and prevent adoption disruptions, as represented by a code.
Standard: Children and Families

Adoptive family—special care type

687828 | Data Element Concept | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The type of resources and/or support services required by the adopted child and/or their adoptive family for care provision.
Standard: Children and Families

Adoptive family—special care type, code N[N]

687835 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The type of resources and/or support services required by the adopted child and/or their adoptive family to foster healthy development and wellbeing, and to support positive family functioning and prevent adoption disruptions, as represented by a code.
Standard: Children and Families

Adoptive parent

749050 | Glossary Item | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A person who has become the parent of a child or adult as the result of an adoption order.
Standard: Children and Families

Adoptive parent marital status

651151 | Property | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
An indicator of an adoptive parent's involvement in a couple relationship or marriage.
Standard: Children and Families

Adoptive parent marital status code N

651142 | Value Domain | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A code set representing the marital status of an adoptive parent.
Standard: Children and Families

Age

269152 | Property | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The length of life or existence.
Standard: Health, Community Services (retired), Housing assistance, Early Childhood, Tasmanian Health, WA Health, Indigenous, Children and Families
Retired: National Health Performance Authority (retired)

Agreement type code N

470513 | Value Domain | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A code set representing the type of agreement made between relevant parties regarding contact with, or the release of information about, one or more individuals.
Standard: Community Services (retired), Children and Families

Applicant (adoption)

749052 | Glossary Item | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A married couple, a de facto couple or a single person. The method by which the applicant becomes an official client will vary for each jurisdiction, and might be when the department first opens a file, when the applicant registers, or when the applicant is invited to attend an information session. For the purpose of this report, applicants who are already a client of the department, but are applying to adopt a subsequent child, or reapplying to adopt, are counted as applicants applying for the ...
Standard: Children and Families

Application for information lodged

650124 | Property | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The lodgement of an application seeking information.
Standard: Children and Families

Application type

462476 | Property | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The categorisation of a formal request or appeal.
Standard: Housing assistance, Community Services (retired), Children and Families

Approved carer

742264 | Glossary Item | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
An approved carer is anyone authorised under a relevant state of territory legislation, including third party parental orders, to have full or partial parental responsibility and/or care responsibility for a child or young person. For children or young people placed in out-of-home care this includes carers: who have undergone the relevant screening/selection and approval process; and who have received authorisation from the relevant department or agency to enable a child or young person to be...
Standard: Children and Families

Approved intercountry adoption client

651244 | Property | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A client who applies to adopt a child from a country other than Australia and is approved as being eligible and suitable to adopt a child.
Standard: Children and Families

Authorised carer

532830 | Property | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A person authorised to provide care by a designated agency.
Recorded: Community Services (retired)
Standard: Children and Families

Bilateral adoption

749072 | Glossary Item | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
An intercountry adoption where Australia had an official adoption program open with the adoptive child’s country of origin at the time the file of the applicant(s) was sent.
Standard: Children and Families

Birth mother

468484 | Object Class | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The biological mother of a child.
Standard: Community Services (retired), Children and Families

Birth mother—marital status

468502 | Data Element Concept | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The marital status of the birth (biological) mother of a child at the time of the child's birth.
Standard: Community Services (retired), Children and Families

Birth mother—marital status, at child's birth code N

653196 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The marital status of the birth (biological) mother of a child at the time of the child's birth, as represented by a code.
Standard: Children and Families

Care and protection order (CPO) file cluster

706953 | Data Set Specification | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The Care and protection order file cluster contains information about care and protection orders issued to the clients in the Child protection (CP) client data set specification. This includes care and protection orders that were issued and/or applicable, including those that ended, during the reference period. Children should be counted in the state or territory where the order is operative, regardless of where the child is residing. Children aged less than 18 years on the following care and pr...
Standard: Children and Families

Care and protection order type code N[N]

657302 | Value Domain | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A code set representing the type of care and protection order to which a child may be subject to.
Standard: Children and Families

Care and protection order type code N[N]

458544 | Value Domain | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A code set representing the type of care and protection order to which a child may be subject to.
Recorded: Community Services (retired)
Standard: Children and Families

Care arrangement code N[N]

748877 | Value Domain | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A code set representing whether a child's living arrangement was a formal out-of-home care placement or not.
Standard: Children and Families

Care authorisation end date

531764 | Property | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The date on which the authorisation to provide care ceased to be in effect.
Recorded: Community Services (retired)
Standard: Children and Families

Care authorisation start date

531700 | Property | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The date on which the authority to provide care took effect.
Recorded: Community Services (retired)
Standard: Children and Families

Care authorisation type

531708 | Property | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The type of care a carer has approval to provide.
Recorded: Community Services (retired)
Standard: Children and Families

Caregiver type

561204 | Property | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The type of caregiver, home or facility authorised to provide care to an individual.
Recorded: Community Services (retired)
Standard: Children and Families

Carer demographics file cluster

493178 | Data Set Specification | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The Carer demographics file cluster contains demographic information about all carers who were authorised to provide funded home-based out-of-home-care placements at any point during the reference period. If individual carers are not recorded separately on jurisdictions' systems, a carer identifier should be assigned for the purpose of this collection and the primary carer demographic details recorded.
Recorded: Community Services (retired)
Standard: Children and Families

Carer household

531758 | Object Class | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A ‘carer household’ is a private household containing one or more carers: who have undergone the relevant screening/selection and approval process; and; who have received authorisation from the relevant department or agency to enable a child to be placed in their care, including carers who have received provisional authorisation; and for whom reimbursement is available from a government authority or non-government organisation for expenses incurred in caring for the child; and who are part ...
Recorded: Community Services (retired)
Standard: Children and Families

Carer household authorisation file cluster

706950 | Data Set Specification | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The Carer household authorisation file cluster contains information about all carer households who were authorised to provide funded home–based out-of-home-care placements at any point during the reference period. Authorisation means the carer household has received the required approval to have a child placed with them. This includes carer households authorised to provide: Foster care (including provisionally approved carers) Relative/kinship care (including provisionally approved carers) R...
Standard: Children and Families

Carer household authorisation type, code N[N]

531746 | Value Domain | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A code set representing authorised types of care.
Recorded: Community Services (retired)
Standard: Children and Families

Carer household—authorised carer

532832 | Data Element Concept | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A carer household's authorisation to provide care.
Recorded: Community Services (retired)
Standard: Children and Families

Carer household—authorised carer, total number N[N]

532834 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The total number of individual carers authorised to provide care in a carer household.
Recorded: Community Services (retired)
Standard: Children and Families

Carer household—care authorisation end date

531766 | Data Element Concept | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The date on which a carer household's authorisation to provide care ceased to be in effect.
Recorded: Community Services (retired)
Standard: Children and Families

Carer household—care authorisation end date, DDMMYYYY

531768 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The date on which a carer household's authorisation to provide care ceased to be in effect, expressed as DDMMYYYY.
Recorded: Community Services (retired)
Standard: Children and Families

Carer household—care authorisation start date

531702 | Data Element Concept | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The date on which a carer household was authorised to have a child placed in their care.
Recorded: Community Services (retired)
Standard: Children and Families

Carer household—care authorisation start date, DDMMYYYY

531704 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The date on which a carer household was authorised to have a child placed in their care, expressed as DDMMYYYY.
Recorded: Community Services (retired)
Standard: Children and Families

Carer household—care authorisation type

531710 | Data Element Concept | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The type of care the carer household has authorisation to provide.
Recorded: Community Services (retired)
Standard: Children and Families

Carer household—care authorisation type, code N[N]

531748 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The type of care the carer household has authorisation to provide, as represented by a code.
Recorded: Community Services (retired)
Standard: Children and Families

Carer household—caregiver type

531784 | Data Element Concept | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The type of caregiver of a child in a household containing one or more carers.
Recorded: Community Services (retired)
Standard: Children and Families

Carer household—caregiver type, Indigenous child caregiver code N[N]

524944 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The type of caregiver of an Indigenous child in a household containing one or more carers, as represented by a code.
Recorded: Community Services (retired)
Standard: Children and Families

Carer household—household identifier

529756 | Data Element Concept | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A combination of alphanumeric characters that uniquely identify a specific group of carers who provide funded out-of-home care within the same household.
Recorded: Community Services (retired)
Standard: Children and Families

Carer household—household identifier, child protection identifier NX[X(11)]

529752 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A combination of alphanumeric characters that uniquely identify a specific group of carers who provide funded out-of-home care within the same household.
Recorded: Community Services (retired)
Standard: Children and Families

Carer household—Indigenous status

531776 | Data Element Concept | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
An indicator of whether any carer in the household identifies as being of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander origin.
Recorded: Community Services (retired)
Standard: Children and Families

Carer household—Indigenous status, yes/no/not stated/inadequately described code N

531773 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
An indicator of whether any carer in the carer household identifies as being of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander origin, as represented by a code.
Recorded: Community Services (retired)
Standard: Children and Families

Carer household—new carer household indicator

532818 | Data Element Concept | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
An indicator of whether a carer household was a newly formed household.
Recorded: Community Services (retired)
Standard: Children and Families

Carer household—new carer household indicator, yes/no/not stated/inadequately described code N

532827 | Data Element | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
An indicator of whether a carer household was a newly formed household, as represented by a code
Recorded: Community Services (retired)
Standard: Children and Families

Case plan required indicator

610425 | Property | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
An indicator of whether there is a jurisdictional policy or legislative requirement to have a current, documented and approved case plan.
Standard: Children and Families

Child abuse or neglect type code N[N]

455468 | Value Domain | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
A code set representing types of abuse or neglect towards a child.
Recorded: Community Services (retired)
Standard: Children and Families

Child protection (CP) client file cluster

748904 | Data Set Specification | Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
The Child protection (CP) client file cluster is used to collect demographic information on children and young people involved in any component of the child protection system (i.e. notifications, investigations, substantiations, orders and/or out-of-home care placements) during the reference period.
Standard: Children and Families

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