Case Law

Looked-after disabled children: guide to the law

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Introduction

By Ed Mitchell This guide forms part of Community Care Inform’s working with disabled children knowledge and practice hub. Contents When does a disabled child have looked-after status? Responsibilities to looked-after children The hierarchy of preferred placements Ensuring accommodation is suitable for the child’s needs Foster placements Adoptive placements Care planning: placement Care planning: health […]

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