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Annual Report and Accounts 1 April 2005 – 31 March 2006 Laid before the Northern Ireland Assembly under Article 3 (2) and Schedule 1, paragraph 12 (5) of the Health and Personal Social Services (Quality, Improvement and Regulation) (Northern Ireland) Order 2003 by the Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety. November 2006 Annual Report & Accounts 2005/2006 informing and improving health and social care




INITIAL ASSESSMENT RECORD In completing this initial assessment, if it is known a core assessment will be required, social work staff should make a professional judgement about whether it is necessary to complete all sections before beginning a Core Assessment.




An Inspection of Child Protection in Sperrin Lakeland Health & Social Care Trust and WHSSB Implementation Plan 09/10/06 Arrangements will be made by the WHSSB to appoint at Director level a post with responsibility for statutory functions in Child Care who will be a member of the SMT




An Inspection of Child Protection in Sperrin Lakeland Health and Social Services Trust and Western Health and Social Services Board Fieldwork Dates 18 January 2006 – 10 February 2006 FINAL REPORT ISSUED: JULY 2006




The Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) is an independent registered charity. JOINT POLICY REVIEW: CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE CALL FOR EVIDENCE RESPONSE 15 September 2006 HMT/DfES Joint policy review: children and young people




Guidance on disclosing information about Family Proceedings involving children which are heard in private. Guidance for Court Users and people receiving information. From 31 st October 2005 new rules will allow parties and other specified people to disclose certain information from family proceedings heard in private involving children to other specified people, without needing the specific permission of the court, or being a contempt of court. Who is this leaflet for? Anyone who is a party to proceedings concerning children, or who receives information about proceedings. This guidance does NOT include disclosure of information in adoption proceedings, where different rules apply.




The Laws on Leaving Care in Northern Ireland.
Preparing for long term foster care – life story work Policy Long term fostering offers placement to children or young people unable to return to their birth families and in need of a permanent substitute family, but where adoption is considered inappropriate for one or more of the following reasons: • The child or young person does not want it • The child or young person’s needs would require continued support, input and monitoring. • The strength of attachment of the child or young person to their own birth family. Preparation of a child for a move to a permanent family is essential to the positive outcome of that placement. Life story work should be started as soon as possible with a child where permanence is the plan.




Manifesto for Children supported by all Major Children’s Charities, Room for improvement. Contents Introduction Youth justice Refugee children Protecting children: safeguarding from harm sexual exploitation and trafficking Children and young people in care Poverty: children and families gaining independence List of recommendations Other organisations supporting the manifesto.




Pathways and Outcomes: A Ten Year Follow Up Study of Children Who Have Experienced Care Produced by: Department of Health, Social Services & Public Safety Castle Buildings, Stormont Belfast BT4 3SQ Telephone: 028 9052 0727 Textphone: 028 9052 7668 This small study traced a cohort of 19 young people who had lengthy care experience in Northern Ireland and who had taken part in an earlier study. Sixteen agreed to participate in the follow-up study. They were aged between 17 and 24 years at the time of interview. With their consent, file searches were also carried out. The study was funded by the DHSSPS and HPSS Boards.




Report to the Youth Justice Board on the use of Physical Intervention within the Juvenile Secure Estate This report is concerned with the policy and practice of physically restraining children under the age of 18 who are placed in secure settings via the criminal courts. Its purpose is to assist the Youth Justice Board in deciding whether a uniform method can be adopted. Care needs to be exercised in differentiating between the terms ‘control and restraint’, ‘restraint’, ’holding’ and ‘physical intervention’, all of which carry different meanings. This report is concerned with restraint in the sense of direct physical contact between a staff member and child intended to physically overpower or restrict movement.




Northern Ireland : Northern Ireland Office Executive NDPBs Police Authority for Probation Board for Juvenile Justice Board Northern Ireland




NORTHERN IRELAND OFFICE 2000 DEPARTMENTAL REPORT Expenditure Plans & Priorities The Government’s Expenditure Plans 2000-01 to 2001-02




NORTHERN IRELAND SOCIAL CARE COUNCIL Consultation on Draft Codes of Practice for Social Care Workers and Employers of Social Care Workers Northern Ireland Social Care Council (NISCC) The Northern Ireland Social Care Council was established in October 2001. Its job is to: § raise standards of practice and § protect the people who use the service.




Northern Ireland Social Care Council September 2002 Codes of Practice for Social Care Workers and Employers of Social Care Workers September 2002 Codes of Practice for Social Care Workers Introduction This booklet contains agreed codes of practice for social care workers and employers of social care workers describing the standards of conduct and practice within which they should work. This introduction is intended to help you understand what the codes are for and what they will mean to you as a social care worker, employer, service user or member of the public.




SOCIAL SERVICES INSPECTORATE An Inspection of Child Protection in Sperrin Lakeland Health and Social Services Trust, and Western Health and Social Services Board




Parenting Daily Hassles SCALE




profiting from abuse An investigation into the sexual exploitation of our children The opinions expressed in these pieces do not necessarily reflect the policies or the views of UNICEF. Throughout this publication, the names of children have been changed to protect their identity. Tales of betrayal , cruelty and greed




Protocol for Joint Investigation by Police and Social Workers of alleged and suspected cases of Child Abuse Northern Ireland.




Public Bodies 2002 is the latest in a series of annual publications providing information on public bodies sponsored by Government. This edition gives a snapshot as at 31 March 2002. Public bodies carry out a wide range of functions on behalf of Government and between them, the main ones spend just over £20 billion of public money each year. As part of the Government’s commitment to transparency and accountability, the Cabinet Office collects and publishes annually information about public bodies as a whole, to supplement information about individual bodies already contained in departmental Annual Reports.




People and Government - Questions for Northern Ireland The Chief Executives’ Forum The Chief Executives’ Forum is a consortium of the chief executive officers of public bodies in Northern Ireland. The forum seeks to improve management in the public service by facilitating discussion and research of public management issues. The Joseph Rowntree Foundation The Joseph Rowntree Foundation is an independent, nonpolitical body which supports programmes of research and innovative development in the fields of housing, social care and social policy. Transfer of public functions to the market sector, so that the public expresses its desires in its purchases. The scope for further movement down this path is probably small.




Recent Life Events QUESTIONNAIRE




REFERRAL AND INITIAL INFORMATION RECORD




Safeguarding Children and Young People: Roles and Competences for Health Care Staff Intercollegiate Document April 2006 The Second Joint Chief Inspector’s Report on arrangements to Safeguard Children published in July 2005 identified the need for NHS organisations to have clear guidance on role definitions and specifications for named and designated health professionals who have specific responsibility for child protection.


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No child can be identified by any posts on this website. Every child should be able to move on in future without reminder of past intervention by any authority. Many victims of the U.K. System are the children.
We are indeed aware of Article 170: Privacy for children involved in certain proceedings. but also Section 62: Publication of material relating to legal proceedings (251.252.) Which means that nothing can be published that may identify any CHILD during court process yet; Council's can publish photographs and detailed profiles of children online in advertising them for adoption.

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