Performance Indicator Trends

Better Data Drives Better Outcomes for Children, Youth, and Families
The following graphs outline a trend for the time period of 2010-2011 to 2014-2015 for 5 service performance indicators from data collected through Ontario Children’s Aid Societies (CASs).

Safety

The percentage of family cases closed at investigation in a fiscal year that were reinvestigated within 12 months after closing and where the child protection concerns were verified. Represents 35 to 36 out of 47 Ontario CASs related to each fiscal year
The percentage of family cases closed at ongoing protection in a fiscal year that were reinvestigated within 12 months after closing and where the child protection concerns were verified. Represents 35 to 36 out of 47 Ontario CASs related to each fiscal year.

Permanency

For all children admitted to the care of a Children’s Aid Society, the days of care provided in the fiscal year, by placement type (i.e., family-based care versus non-family-based care). Represents 44 out of 47 Ontario CASs.
For all children admitted to the care of a Children’s Aid Society during the fiscal year, the cumulative percentage discharged within a specific time period (i.e., 12 months, 24 months and 36 months since admission). Represents 35 to 37 out of 47 Ontario CASs.

Well-being

The average score for children in care (aged 10-17) from a standard scale that measures a young person’s perception of the quality of the relationship with his or her primary caregiver. Represents 41 out of 47 Ontario CASs.