This indicator measures the same outcome as NFPAC Indicator 5.4 and therefore both indicators report the same numbers.
A cultural support plan is an individualised plan that aims to develop or maintain children’s cultural identity through connection to family, community and culture, while they are in care. Cultural support plans help to ensure that planning and decision-making are culturally appropriate and in the best interests of the child.
A cultural support plan is usually developed between the child and the agency, in consultation with members of the cultural community (or relevant officer) and usually includes:
- Relevant cultural information
- Activities that maintain and support the child’s cultural identity and connection with communities and culture
- Supports required to ensure that the child maintains his or her connections and is able to participate in activities documented in the cultural support plan.
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