The Fostering Services (England) Regulations 2011: Part 2 - Statement of Purpose and Children’s Guide. Click here to view the Kent Fostering Service Statement of Purpose and Policy.
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This Statement of Purpose sets out the framework for Kent Fostering Service. Kent Fostering Service is run in accordance with the principles outlined in the Children Act 1989 Guidance and Regulations Volume 4: Fostering Services and the Fostering National Minimum Standards (2011). As a local authority provision, Kent Fostering Service adheres.COMMENT on the updated Statement of Purpose for the Kent Fostering Service. 1. Introduction 1.1 The Fostering Regulations (2011) Part 2 set out the Local Authority’s duty in providing a statement of purpose: The fostering service provider must compile a written statement in relation to the fostering service (“the statement of purpose”) which consists of:-oa statement of the aims and.Fostering service statement of purpose Under the Fostering Regulations 2011 and the National Minimum Standards, Camden’s fostering service is required to have a statement of purpose that sets out the framework of local fostering services and how these will help looked after children to achieve positive outcomes. The statement has been prepared to provide information for foster carers.
The statement of purpose is designed to inform you about the values, structure of TACT, information about the recruitment, assessment and training of our carers, and details of staff and placements. The statement is a legal requirement and the issues referred to, laid down in regulation. TACT Kent is a new office so this is an initial statement of purpose and will be subject to change and.
This Statement of Purpose sets out our vision and objectives, and describes the services provided by Diagrama Children’s Services - Fostering. In doing so it sets out how the Service meets the requirement of the Standards and Regulations relevant to the placement of children in foster care as set out in the.
The Statement of Purpose outlines how The Fostering Foundation functions as an Independent Fostering Agency. The statement has been developed in accordance with relevant legislation and statutory regulations. It aims to provide parents, foster carers, staff and all other professionals with information about how the agency operates and what The Fostering Foundation has to offer. We also have.
The Fostering Service recognises that the positive relationship between the child and the foster carer is one of the main foundations for achieving improved outcomes. The work of the Fostering Service is designed to ensure that the central importance of the child’s relationship with their foster carer is acknowledged and that the work of the wider team around the child is undertaken in a way.
The aims and objectives of the Statement of Purpose are child focused and show how the service will meet outcomes for children. 16.3 Subject to the child’s age and understanding, the fostering service ensures the child receives the Children’s Guide at the point of placement and that the foster carer explains the contents of the Children’s Guide in a way that is accessible.
This statement of purpose has been produced in accordance with the Fostering Services (England) Regulations 2011 and the Fostering services National Minimum Standards 2001. 1.2. It sets out the core aims and objectives of Central Bedfordshire Council’s Fostering Service and the range of services provided. 1.3. It is intended as a useful source of information for Foster Carers, Fostering.
The Statement of Purpose effectively demonstrates its fitness to provide fostering services and includes methods on how the progress and experience of Looked After Children and their views are fed into the OwnLife Fostering service provision. OwnLife Fostering is committed to providing children and young people with a homely.
Family Fostering: Statement of Purpose updated January 2019 Page 3 of 19 of collective experience in Fostering. Their shared vision and passion for empowering foster carers and improving outcomes for children and young people was their inspiration for setting up their own bespoke fostering service based in Kent. They are both actively.
Statement of Purpose, including its aims and objectives, a description of the service it provides and the facilities that are provided. This Statement of Purpose gives an outline of those requirements, how the service is managed and its fitness to provide fostering services. It shows the policy and performance framework that underpins our work and shows how the welfare of children will be met.
The purpose of our Adoption Service is to provide a comprehensive service to meet the needs of our children and young people who have been or may become adopted, birth families and adoptive parents. This includes services for those children and young people in our care with an adoption plan, and in relation to the non-agency adoption service.
This Statement of Purpose fulfils the requirements of Standard 16 of the Fostering Services National Minimum Standards 2011 and Chapter 4 of the Children Act 1989 Guidance and Regulations Volume 4. There is a requirement that all Fostering Services provide a written Statement of Purpose setting out the aims, objectives and.