Children's care services

Recent reports in this category are shown below:

  • Birmingham City Council (19 005 305)

    Report Upheld Friends and family carers 02-Nov-2020

    Summary: Ms X complains the Council failed to recognise her and her partner as family and friends carers when a private fostering arrangement for Child C ended.

  • Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council (18 005 804)

    Report Upheld Other 11-Nov-2019

    Summary: Mrs X complains the Council has placed her & her son who we shall call Y in inappropriate accommodation for the past five years and has failed to provide her with proper support. Mrs X says the Council has refused to allow her representative to attend meetings and will not allow her to stay away from the accommodation.

  • Wolverhampton City Council (17 018 207)

    Report Upheld Fostering 01-Nov-2019

    Summary: Ms X complains the Council failed to provide her with appropriate financial support to take three Looked After Children to school when she was a foster carer.

  • Lancashire County Council (18 003 345)

    Report Upheld Friends and family carers 14-Aug-2019

    Summary: Ms B, who looks after her two grandchildren under a fostering arrangement, complains that the Council has failed to act in line with a Care Order regarding funding for an extension to her home and a people carrier vehicle.

  • Rochdale Metropolitan Borough Counci (17 010 167)

    Report Upheld Friends and family carers 17-May-2019

    Summary: Mr and Mrs B complain the Council is at fault for failing to increase the Special Guardianship Allowance they receive for their granddaughter from the rate set in a support plan agreed with the Council when the Special Guardianship Order was made in 2011. This fault has meant they have received less financial support than they would otherwise have received.

  • Lancashire County Council (18 009 920)

    Report Upheld Other 08-May-2019

    Summary: Mr X complains the Council failed to provide the necessary support to his family and himself. And, the Council failed to consider his complaint at stage 2 of the statutory children's complaints procedure.

  • East Riding of Yorkshire Council (17 003 962)

    Report Upheld Adoption 15-Apr-2019

    Summary: The complainants allege the Council wrongly removed two foster children from their care who they had told the Council they wished to adopt.

  • Lancashire County Council (17 017 603)

    Report Upheld Looked after children 27-Mar-2019

    Summary: Mr B complains the Council has failed to put in place the remedy it agreed to, following his previous complaint to us. Mr B's original complaint was that the Council had failed to provide help and support for his niece and nephew (V and W) for whom he and his wife hold a Special Guardianship Order (SGO). He said that after the SGO was granted, the Council failed to assess their needs or provide additional support.

  • East Riding of Yorkshire Council (17 006 049)

    Report Upheld Child protection 18-Dec-2018

    Summary: Mr F complains the Council failed to protect his young son, B, from harm. B's mother, Ms M, told the Council she had ended her relationship following an assault by her partner, P. However, she quickly resumed the relationship. B was seriously injured by P. B now lives with his father, Mr F.

  • Bedford Borough Council (17 014 669)

    Report Upheld Friends and family carers 16-Oct-2018

    Summary: Mr X complains that the Council led him to expect that when he and his wife became Special Guardians it would continue to provide the same amount of financial support they received as foster carers. Then over two years later it unfairly reduced the allowances.

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