The placement notification is sent by the child`s social worker to the child`s adoptive nurse, the person in charge of the education, to local children`s services (if the placement is in the area of another local authority) and to the child`s family doctor. Michael Jones, Lawyer, 15 Winckley Square ChambersThe Effects Re B and Re B-SThe decisions of Re B  UKSC 33 and Re B-S (Children)  EWCA Civ 1146 have had a significant impact on the long-term planning of local authorities. It is generally accepted among practitioners that recent jurisprudence has made it increasingly difficult for local authorities to obtain court approval on the adoption plans for children submitted. This is because the level of analysis and evaluation required within local authorities to support a care plan to be adopted is now much higher in the post-B-S landscape; the bar has been raised and the court must convince itself that “nothing else will do.” One of the effects of Re B-S`s decision is that practitioners have witnessed an increase in the number of court custody orders in the medium and long term – and more likely to continue to do so – with family home child care plans. Local authorities will inevitably follow a care procedure and will sometimes find themselves in a situation where it is simply not possible to provide the court with the evidence necessary to justify the argument that there is nothing to be done but placement outside the birth family. From the point of view of a local authority, this is a situation in which the community authorities are always responsible for the child while remaining in the care of their parents. For parents, the obvious positive is that they will stay with their child, although with the local authority that shares parental responsibility. The problem, from a parent`s point of view, is where, at a later date after the end of the custody proceedings, the municipality decides to remove the child from custody. Children Act 1989, Section 33 The Act in this area is clearly defined in Section 33 (1) of the Children`s Act 1989: if a number of short-term or overnight internships are part of a longer-term reunification plan, reunification procedures and procedures (see reunification guide) should be followed. Mediation management should aim to strengthen the role of parents and support family relationships for this purpose.
The placement may only take place after the agreement of the designated officer and the establishment of the placement plan, unless specified in Section 2, Immediate Investments. The placement contract should be concluded through a mediation meeting that includes you, the child`s safety officer and your caregiver. The mediation contract is reviewed regularly, at least every six months. All caregivers should receive a written copy of a placement contract for each child in their care. For every child subjected to an ongoing invention with Child Safety, a case plan is developed, including children and adolescents, who alt aerthein.