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... We aim to understand each child's daily lived experience, particularly in their journey through the care system in a public law case or through the impact on ...
... get the best possible opportunities." We know that we are still on a journey towards the consistent delivery of high quality practice and we also know that robust ...
... entrenched. The importance of using a child-centred approach in following the child's journey is also emphasised. All services which are provided must be based on a ...
... in such a way that the young person can progress in his/her gradual journey to assuming the responsibilities of adulthood; that reports provided for the review, ...
... other clubs. I remember he liked cars and having a very "fast" journey with him and Sarah when he went to meet Sue and Mike for the ...
... 's voice has been heard and listened to, ensuring the child's journey has been tracked and wherever possible that the child has contributed to the assessment ...
... or young person to feel safe and help them begin to physically recover from their journey and enable them to engage with an assessment of their needs with the help ...