- / Procedures
- / Managing individual cases
- / After the Initial Case Conference
- / Looked After Children
Looked After Children
Careful consideration should be given to the timing of the two reviews as well as to who should be involved.
Both reviews should be an inter-agency process.
Where a child cannot live at home and has a care plan which meets their care and protection needs, a review should normally recommend de-registration .
Where there is consideration being given to rehabilitating a child, who has been a Looked After child, back to their birth parents, a Child Protection Conference must be convened.
- Worried about a child?
- Case Conference
- After the Initial Case Conference
- Supplementary Guidance