Looked After Children
Most Children Who are looked after stay
with foster families, carers who have been approved and trained by
us to look after children in their own home. For other children
staying in a residential children's home is the preferred
While children are being looked after we will make sure that
they have regular contact with people who they want to see and who
are important to them.
Most children return to Live at home later. However, if it is
not safe, or in the child's best interests to do so, we will
arrange a suitable long term or permanent place for the child to
Documents on looked after children
This booklet contains information for children and Young people
about the review meetings including what they are, where they are
done and what needs to happen next.
This booklet contains information for parents about the review
meetings including what they are, where they are done and what
needs to happen next.
This booklet is for children and young people who are being
looked after by Children's Services. It tells you what you can
expect and answers some of the basic questions you may have.
This booklet contains information and guidance for children and
your people on what the Children's Services do when a young person
is being look after away from home, for whatever reason.
This booklet contains information and guidance for parents on
what the Children's Services do when a young person is being look
after away from home, for whatever reason.
Get in touch through email for more
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Access Centre: 0845 607 2000
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This page was last reviewed 24 April 2013 at 16:03.
The page is next due for review 21 October 2014.