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Children's care services archive 2016-2017


Archive has 5 results

  • Somerset County Council (14 006 354)

    Report Upheld Child protection 13-Mar-2017

    Summary: A father complains that the council helped his wife to take their children to Australia without his knowledge or consent.

  • Essex County Council (15 016 298)

    Report Upheld Friends and family carers 22-Feb-2017

    Summary: A family complains about the council's decision to remove their niece from their care.

  • London Borough of Tower Hamlets (15 018 561)

    Report Upheld Friends and family carers 08-Dec-2016

    Summary: A woman complains the council has refused to accept that in November 2010 it placed three siblings in her care following concerns that their mother was no longer able to provide them with suitable care, making the children looked after children, and the woman a 'family and friends' foster carer.

  • Northamptonshire County Council (15 003 629)

    Report Upheld Looked after children 25-Oct-2016

    Summary: A woman complains that the council failed from 2011 to 2016 to find a placement for her disabled son, within a distance that allowed the family to visit regularly despite her having given it details of more suitable local placements. She also says the council failed to make appropriate plans for her son's current and long-term needs.

  • Kent County Council (14 015 230)

    Report Upheld Disabled children 07-Jun-2016

    Summary: Complaint from a woman that the council refused to consider her need to work when assessing her son's care needs. She complains the council failed to consider awarding direct payments to provide for care of her son while she is at work. The woman also complains the council delayed responding to her complaint.