Binary option system band midas touch document RECORDING | The importance of young people's views and how to record them: Practice paper ABSTRACT, Children's Homes Quality Standards Partnership, 2015

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CHQSP 15 Practice paper 1 ABSTRACT 2015.docx

The aim of this paper is to help children’s homes focus in on an area of practice and consider the effectiveness of their approach.

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DfE 12 Childrens homes reform quality group final report 19 Dec 12.pdf

The Expert Group on Quality was established in July following the conclusion of the high profile Rochdale child sexual exploitation trial and reports from the Office of the Children’s Commissioner and the Joint All Party Parliamentary Group Inquiry on, respectively, child sexual exploitation in gangs and groups and children who go missing from care.

http://hongrie-gourmande.com/frensis/5354 document Residential care in Wales: The characteristics of children and young people placed in residential settings ABSTRACT, Cardiff University, February 2016

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CAS 16 Residential care in Wales ABSTRACT FEB 16.docx

This abstract provides details of research which identifies common characteristics of children and young people placed in residential settings, which covers not only children’s homes but also placements such as residential care homes, Young Offenders Institutions, mother and baby units and more.

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HOC 13 Residential Children's Homes in England Oral evidence 6 Nov 13.pdf

The Education Committee's inquiry into the Government's proposals with regard to residential children's homes. Evidence given by Children's Rights Director, British Association of Social Workers, NSPCC, Local Government Association, Jonathan Stanley, Ofsted, and National Association of Independent Schools and Non-Maintained Special Schools.

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HOC 14 Residential Children's Homes 12 Mar 14.pdf

This report examined the Government's reforms of the regulations on residential children's homes and found that children in care are being let down by the scarcity of homes in safe areas.  It recommends that measures be implemented to improve placement stability and that the government launch a national strategy for care provision to shape best practice.

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HOC 14 Residential Children's Homes 16 Jun 14.pdf

The government has accepted or partially accepted all of the Committee’s recommendations. Advising that it is determined to improve placement stability for all children in care and agreeing that it is crucial in improving children’s outcomes, whatever their placement type, the government says that it is taking action to improve the quality in both children’s homes and foster care, and continue to fund evidence based programmes that can help to prevent placement breakdown.

http://captainaugust.com/?koooas=video-opzione-binari&a1c=1b pdf RESILIENCE | Using Action Research to Enhance Resilience in a Children's Home, S Houston, 2011

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CCIP 11 ABSTRACT Using Action Research to Enhance Resilience in a Children's Home APR 11.pdf

This paper describes an action research project aimed at enhancing resilience in young people in a residential children's home. Two core areas were explored: the needs of the young people as captured through a resilience framework; and the experiential and role-related issues arising from the attempts to enhance the young people's resilience. 

 

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here pdf RESTORATIVE JUSTICE | The introduction of restorative justice approaches in young people's units: A critical evaluation, NSPCC & University of Hertfordshire, February 2010

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NSPCC 10 The introduction of restorative justice approaches FEB 10.pdf

This report evaluates the influence of restorative justice on young people and staff and their experiences of its effects as a means of dealing with residents' criminal acts, anti-social behaviour and interpersonal conflicts.

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http://agauchepourdevrai.fr/?fuier=recherche-d%27une-femme-de-m%D0%93%C2%A9nage&d51=05 pdf REVIEW | Residential care in England: Report of Sir Martin Narey's independent review of children's residential care, Department for Education, July 2016

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DfE 16 Residential care in England JUL 16.pdf

Report of Sir Martin Narey's independent review of children's residential care which recommends a scheme called 'Staying Close' which would guarantee support for children leaving residential homes for three years, up to the age of 21.

pdf REVIEW: Children’s residential care review: Independent call for evidence, Department for Education, October 2015

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DfE 15 Childrens_residential_care_review_independent_call_for_evidence.pdf

Launched on 28 October 2015, the aim of this review was to examine the purpose and role of residential care. It explored the following: • the types of residential care that are currently provided, in order to understand the full range of provision which is available and when and for which young people it is best used • what works within residential care settings to improve outcomes for the young people placed in them • what improvements could be made to the way that residential care provision is commissioned, delivered, regulated and inspected to improve outcomes and value for money • whether there are better alternatives for some of the children who are currently in residential care • any other issues which might contribute to better outcomes for children in care. The review is due to report in the spring of 2016.

document RIGHTS | The Right Care: Children's rights in residential care in Wales ABSTRACT, Children's Commissioner for Wales, 2016

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CC4W 16 The Right Care ABSTRACT 2016.docx

This abstract provides details of a report which shows that residential care can help some children feel more stable, engage with education and stay away from past troubles.

pdf STANDARDS | Children's homes: National Minimum Standards, Department for Education, 2011

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DfE 11 Children's homes National Minimum Standards 2011.pdf

This document contains the National Minimum Standards applicable to providers of children’s homes. These, together with the regulations such as the Children Homes Regulations 2001 as amended, form the basis of the regulatory framework under the Care Standards Act 2000 (CSA) for the conduct of children’s home providers.

pdf STANDARDS | Looked after children: Debate on 25 October Library Note, House of Lords, 22 October 2012

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HOL 12 Looked after children Library Note 22 Oct 12.pdf

This Library Note provides background reading for the debate “the standards of service for looked-after children and, in particular, the Government’s response to changes in residential childcare in the light of recent child protection failures”. It considers recent analysis of the standards of service received by looked-after children; what measures have been undertaken to improve these standards and what inadequacies might be identified in the provision of care for looked-after children in residential settings following the prosecution of members of an organised gang based in Rochdale which targeted children in care homes.

pdf STANDARDS | Minimum standards for children's homes in Northern Ireland consultation response, Children in Northern Ireland, September 2013

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CiNI 13 ABSTRACT Minimum Standards for Children's Homes consultation response SEP 13.pdf

For a copy of this consultation response, please contact Children in Northern Ireland.

pdf STANDARDS | Minimum Standards for Children's Homes young people's guide, DHSSPSNI, April 2014

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DHSSPSNI CCPD 14 Minimum Standards for Children's Homes YP Guide APR 14.pdf

These standards apply to all services registered with the Regulation Quality and Improvement Authority as residential childcare providers under the regulations i.e. children's homes (including secure care) and short break (respite) services.

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DHSSPSNI CCPD 14 Minimum Standards for Children's Homes APR 14.pdf

These standards apply to all services registered with the Regulation Quality and Improvement Authority as residential childcare providers under the regulations i.e. children's homes (including secure care) and short break (respite) services in Northern Ireland.

pdf STANDARDS | National Care Standards: Care homes for children and young people, Scottish Executive, September 2005

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SCOEX 05 National Care Standards SEP 05.pdf

These standards are for children and young people who receive a service described in Section 2(3) of the Regulation of Care (Scotland) Act 2001 (‘the Act’) as one that ‘provides accommodation, together with nursing, personal care or personal support, for persons by reason of their vulnerability or need’.