Binary option system band midas touch document INSPECTION | Children's homes inspections & outcomes, OFSTED, 18 December 2014

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Key points for the July to September quarter include there were fewer inspections; fewer homes received good or better Overall Effectiveness judgements; an increase in the proportion of homes receiving inadequate judgements; local authority and voluntary-run homes received a higher proportion of good or better judgements than privately-run homes.

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OFS 14 Inspection of children's homes framework APR 14.doc

This document sets out the framework and guidance for the inspection of children’s homes. It should be read alongside the evaluation schedule for the inspection of children’s homes.

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OFS 14 Inspections of children’s homes consultation document 20 Nov 14.pdf

This is a consultation document on proposals to inspect children’s homes. The closing date for the consultation is 13 January 2015.

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OFS 11 Outstanding children's homes 2011.pdf

This report analyses how a small sample of 12 children's homes in England achieved and sustained outstanding status over a period of three years.  It draws on the views of managers, staff and young people about what makes these homes outstanding and the key features which have contributed to their success.

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SCIE 12 Therapeutic approaches to residential child care MAY 12.pdf

Following a regional review of residential child care in 2007, the five health and social care trusts in Northern Ireland introduced 'therapeutic approaches' in a number of children's homes and in the regional secure units. This report gives the results of an evaluation of these approaches.

http://captainaugust.com/?koooas=video-opzione-binari&a1c=1b pdf INTERVENTIONS | Utilising a computer game as a therapeutic intervention for youth in residential care: Some preliminary findings on use and acceptability ABSTRACT, Aine Aventin et al, 2014

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AA 14 Utilising a computer game ABSTRACT 2014.pdf

This abstract provides details of research examining the potential value of computer games as therapeutic tools for young people suffering from a mental illness living in residential care.

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LEG 96 Children's Homes Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1996.pdf

These Regulations, which came into operation on 4 November 1996, govern the conduct and management of statutory, voluntary and private children's homes.  They supersede the existing Regulations relating to voluntary children's homes and provide that all types of children's homes, whether homes provided under Part VII of the Children (Northern Ireland) Order 1995, voluntary homes or registered children's homes are subject to the same or similar provisions.

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LEG 05 Children's Homes Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2005.pdf

These new arrangements replace the regulatory system in relation to children's homes provided for by the Children (Northern Ireland) Order 1995 and these Regulations supersede the Children's Homes Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1996 (as amended).
 
These Regulations establish the Northern Ireland Health and Personal Social Services Regulation and Improvement Authority ('the Regulation and Improvement Authority') and Part III provides for the registration and inspection of establishments and agencies, including children's homes, by the Regulation and Improvement Authority.

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DfE 14 Children's homes regs amends 2014 JUL 14.pdf

This non-statutory advice will assist managers in children’s homes and prospective providers of new children’s homes to carry out duties under amended regulations for children’s homes which came into effect in January and April 2014.

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DfE 14 Children's homes regs SEP 14.pdf

This consultation seeks views about proposals to revise the Children's Homes Regulations 2011 to introduce new 'Quality Standards' that children's homes must meet. The consultation closes on 14 November 2014.

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DfE 15 Guide_to_the_Children_s_Homes_Regulations_including_the_quality_standards APR 15.pdf

This Guide accompanies the Children’s Homes (England) Regulations 2015 . It provides further explanation and information for everyone providing residential child care. The Regulations include Quality Standards which set out the aspirational and positive outcomes that we expect homes1 to achieve. They also set out the underpinning requirements that homes must meet in order to achieve those overarching outcomes. The regulations come into force on 1 April 2015.

pdf LEGISLATION | Out of authority placement of looked after children: Supplement to The Children Act 1989 Volume 2 Care planning, placement and case review guidance, Department for Education, July 2014

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DfE 14 Out_of_authority_placement_of_looked-after_children JUL 14.pdf

This guidance is designed to help local authorities implement amendments to the Care Planning, Placement and Case Review (England) Regulations 2010 regarding out of authority placement of looked after children that came into force on 27 January 2014. These changes to regulations place new requirements for local authorities making distant placements to consult with children’s services in the area of placement and for the Director of Children’s Services (DCS) of the responsible authority to approve these placements.

pdf MISSING | Police involvement in residential units regional guidance Safeguarding of children missing from home and foster care, HSCB PSNI, May 2012

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DHSSPSNI-CCPD 12 Police involvement in residential units MAY 12.pdf

This regional guidance has been updated and replaced by Missing Children Protocol (Runaway and Missing from Home and Care), June 2015.

pdf NUTRITION | "It's no like one of those cafe places where you can order anything you want": Children and young people's views and experiences of food and nutrition in residential care, Scottish Government, 2011

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SCOGOV 11 Nutrition in resi care 2011.pdf

The Scottish Government set up a multi-agency working group in early 2009 to develop nutritional guidelines for children and young people living in residential settings. Members recognised the importance of basing the guidance around the views and experiences of children and young people living in residential care settings. In response to this, the Scottish Government commissioned Who Cares? Scotland to undertake a consultation and provide a report for the working group.

pdf NUTRITION | You don't have to be watched to make your toast: Surveillance and Food Practices within Residential Care for Young People, University of Stirling, 2010

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UoS 10 You don't have to be watched to make toast 2010.pdf

This paper, published in Surveillance & Society, explores forms of surveillance within three residential care homes for young people in central Scotland. It is argued that surveillance is a crucial aspect of care and this can be experienced as both negative and positive by children and staff. In particular the research was concerned with how forms of control and monitoring are conducted in relation to food and food practices.

document Participation in decision making procedures during residential care: A narrative review ABSTRACT, Child & Family Social Work, February 2018

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CFSW 18 Participation in decision making ABSTRACT FEB 18.docx

This narrative literature review, covering the period 2000–2016, focuses on the opportunities of young people to participate, the challenges and facilitators to participation, and the outcomes of care related to participation.

pdf PHYSICAL ACTIVITY | Go outdoors! Guidance and good practice on encouraging outdoors activities in residential child care, Scottish Institute for Residential Child Care et al., 2010

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SIRCC 10 Go outdoors ABSTRACT 2010.pdf

This abstract provides details of guidance for managers of residential services, and individual residential practitioners. It is also intended to inform local authority outdoor education staff.

pdf PLACEMENTS | From a distance: Looked after children living away from their home area, OFSTED, April 14

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OFS 14 From a distance APR 14.pdf

This thematic inspection evaluated the effectiveness of local authorities in discharging their responsibilities to looked after children who live away from their home community.

document PLACEMENTS | Remedying a worrying situation ABSTRACT, Independent Children's Homes Association, 23 January 2015

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ICHA 15 Remedying a worrying situation ABSTRACT 23 Jan 15.docx

This abstract details a report which found that local authorities' reluctance to place children in homes with an 'adequate' Ofsted rating risks is making up to 2000 placements unavailable.