Children Act 1989: care planning, placement and case review
Details of the Children Act 1989: care planning, placement and case review
Statutory guidance about local authority support to children and families.
This statutory guidance applies to:
- local authorities
- children’s services directors
- children’s services social workers
- front-line managers who have particular responsibilities in relation to looked-after children
- managers and commissioners of services for looked-after children
Statutory guidance sets out what you must do to comply with the law. You should follow the guidance unless you have a very good reason not to.
The guidance is also relevant to Children’s Trust partner agencies and to providers of services to looked-after children, including private, voluntary and public sector providers and foster carers.
The document consolidates a number of separate documents we’ve previously published, including “Delegation of authority to foster carers”.
This is volume 2 in a series of 5 related statutory guidance publications:
- Volume 1 – Children Act 1989: court orders
- Volume 2 – Children Act 1989: care planning, placement and case review
- Volume 3 – Children Act 1989: transition to adulthood for care leavers
- Volume 4 – Children Act 1989: fostering services
- Volume 5 – Children’s homes regulations, including quality standards: guide
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