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Transition from childrens services archive 2017-2018


Archive has 8 results

  • North East Lincolnshire Council (17 001 740)

    Statement Closed after initial enquiries Transition from childrens services 06-Mar-2018

    Summary: The Ombudsman will not investigate this complaint about the Council's support of Ms X and her son, Mr Y, while he transitioned to adulthood. No useful outcome would be achieved by investigating. Ms X and Mr Y can ask the Council to further assess the situation if they want or need more help.

  • London Borough of Bexley (17 006 371)

    Statement Upheld Transition from childrens services 02-Mar-2018

    Summary: Ms X complained that the Council failed to provide her son, who has special educational needs, with support to help him prepare for transition to adulthood. The Council has already apologised for delay in carrying out a care needs assessment. This did not cause an injustice as the assessment did not result in any identified care needs. The Council was partly responsible for some delay in providing support with planning following a Tribunal decision. The Council has agreed a remedy.

  • Leicestershire County Council (17 010 483)

    Statement Upheld Transition from childrens services 15-Feb-2018

    Summary: Miss G says the Council failed to keep her possessions safe in a foster carer placement and when she moved into supported living. There is evidence of fault and the Council will apologise and to reimburse for (or replace) a video camera and watch, which were lost.

  • Blackburn with Darwen Council (17 012 537)

    Statement Closed after initial enquiries Transition from childrens services 31-Jan-2018

    Summary: We should not investigate Miss J's complaint about what a social worker told her, because it is unlikely we would find evidence of fault, and the final decisions about her daughters will be made in court.

  • London Borough of Hillingdon (17 013 609)

    Statement Closed after initial enquiries Transition from childrens services 12-Jan-2018

    Summary: The Ombudsman will not investigate this complaint about the Council's record of a loan repayment. This is because we could not achieve a worthwhile outcome for the complainant.

  • Hertfordshire County Council (16 009 954)

    Statement Upheld Transition from childrens services 27-Sep-2017

    Summary: There has been confusion about the payments made to the complainant to help her look after her disabled sister. The Council's Panel decisions are also not properly recorded and the complainant's wish to return to work has not been fully considered. The Council has accepted the Ombudsman's recommendations for procedural change and a payment for the avoidable distress.

  • Hertfordshire County Council (16 012 970)

    Statement Upheld Transition from childrens services 13-Sep-2017

    Summary: There was fault in the Council's handling of D's transition from residential accommodation and the interim provision it put in place. This caused him and his family injustice. The Council has agreed to recommendation that it should make an apology and financial remedy of £1500.

  • London Borough of Croydon (16 006 391)

    Report Upheld Transition from childrens services 04-Jul-2017

    Summary: A grandmother complains that London Borough of Croydon has failed to provide her with more than two years respite care after the provider stopped the care package in 2015.