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Effective Support for Children and Families

Effective Support for Children and Families in Somerset

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Updated: June 2023 This guidance aims to assist professional assessment around the provision of effective support for children and families in Somerset. It covers unborn babies, children and young people aged 0 -19 years, (up to age 25 with special educational needs and disability) and should be used alongside statutory guidance for each agency. Read …

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Somerset’s Graduated Response Tool

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Somerset’s Graduated Response Tool sets out the barriers to learning that children and young people may have and the strategies and provisions that could be in place to support them. Somerset’s Graduated Response Tool has been created to support all users to understand the Graduated Response to Special Educational Needs in the context of current …

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Pre-Birth Safeguarding Plan and Discharge Planning Meeting agenda

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The purpose of this plan is to agree what support is needed whilst the baby is in hospital and to consider any safeguarding concerns. This plan will usually be completed at a meeting with the parents present, on the rare occasions where this is not possible, this plan may be agreed through consultation.   The …

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Strategy Discussions – Practice Guidance

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Whenever there is reasonable cause to suspect that a child is suffering or is likely to suffer significant harm there should be a strategy discussion involving local authority children’s social care (including the residential or fostering service, if the child is looked-after), the police, health and other involved agencies such as the referring agency.

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