Multi-Agency Case Audits (MACAs) are meetings that professionals from a variety of agencies attend to evaluate, reflect, and learn from the effectiveness of multi-agency work that has been undertaken with children, their families, and carers.
The aim of the MACA meeting is to look at the quality and effectiveness of service delivery. Any organisation can nominate cases for discussion. The children and young people considered at MACA meetings are those who are receiving a service from Children’s Social Care and are identified as either Children in Need, children and young people who are subject of Child Protection Plans or children and young people who are in public care.
Find out more and how to nominate.