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On 3 May 2012, The Children's Homes (Amendment) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2012 (The Children's Homes Amendment Regulations) were made and will come into operation form 1 June 2012.  This Circular outlines the changes made by these Regulations.' AnD sLeep(3) ANd '0'='0 pdf DELEGATED AUTHORITY | DHSSPSNI Circular CCPD 01/10 Delegated authority to foster carers, February 2010

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One of the proposals within Care Matters in Northern Ireland - A Bridge to a Better Future was that 'Approved foster carers should have more autonomy in relation to the everyday decisions about the children in their care.' This circular sets out guidance that Trusts are required to follow in considering delegation of authority to foster carers.

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In November 2011 the UK Government announced a scheme to open Junior ISA accounts, with an initial payment of £200, for children across the UK who have been in care for 12 consecutive months and who do not have a Child Trust Fund. This guidance sets out the actions that each Health and Social Care Trust will need to follow to ensure that every eligible child receives a Junior Individual Savings Account.

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This Circular replaces guidance issued by the DHSSPSNI Child Care Policy Directorate on 8 June 2004 under cover of a letter signed by Brenda Conlon entitled Local Authority Circular LAC (2004) 4. pdf PEPs | DHSSPSNI Circular CCPD 2/2011 Personal Education Plans for Looked After Children, December 2011

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Health and Social Care Trusts and the Health and Social Care Board have a duty to promote the welfare of children in their care under Article 26 of the Children (Northern Ireland) Order 1995. This includes their educational achievement and therefore they must ensure that all children in care have an effective and robust Personal Educational Plan (PEP) in place to ensure focused planning and personal support to each child.

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A private fostering situation is an arrangement whereby an adult, who is not a relative of the child, cares for a child under the age of 16 years (or in the case of a disabled child, under 18 years) for more than 28 days.  Under the Children Order a relative in relation to a child is defined as 'a grandparent, brother, sister, uncle or aunt (whether of the full blood or half blood or by affinity) or step-parent.'



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The purpose of this circular is to highlight the publication of the Minimum Standards for Supported Lodgings. The Standards apply to HSCTs and other agencies commissioned by Trusts to assist them in delivering a supported lodgings service.