Care experienced? Check out this opportunity …

https://twitter.com/mbrazierhmi/status/1233096974703960064?s=21 A chance for 18-25 year olds with #careexperience to influence and contribute towards committee report at @NICEComms. Applications close soon. As a lay member, you will have this understanding through personal experience of care provided for you by the NHS or social care services.This committee is more than halfway through developing the guideline. We … Continue reading Care experienced? Check out this opportunity …

NIROMP in support of Care Day 2020! #Reimagining #CareDay20

NIROMP are proud to support Care Day 2020 in collaboration with Become who have been leading this campaign in England since it first began in 2015. Let’s get behind Care Day in support of the world’s biggest celebration of children and young people with care experience!! The theme for Care Day 2020 is #Reimagining. And we're … Continue reading NIROMP in support of Care Day 2020! #Reimagining #CareDay20

DfE proposes banning unregulated placements for children under 16

Reforms to unregulated provision for children in care and care leavers Visit DfE website for more info: https://consult.education.gov.uk/unregulated-provision/unregulated-provision-children-in-care/ Closes: 8 Apr 2020 Opened: 12 Feb 2020 Contact: 0370 000 2288 Submit your views: CSCUnregulated.consultation@education.gov.uk DfE proposes banning unregulated placements for children under 16The government has proposed making it illegal to place under-16s in unregulated accommodation, … Continue reading DfE proposes banning unregulated placements for children under 16

Investigation into the impact of child poverty

NIROMP are keen to support this important @CPAGUK and @CWIP_Research investigation into the impact of child poverty. Views are being gathered via a survey of children and families social workers in England. Download more about the survey. The deadline for submissions is 6th March 2020. More information including how to contribute via this link: Understanding … Continue reading Investigation into the impact of child poverty

All is not well in the family courts …

This talk by Sir James Munby (lately President of the Family Division of the High Court of Justice of England and Wales) at a Conference in Edinburgh on 10 February 2020 of Shared Parenting Scotland is an interesting read. Sir James Munby states: Time is running out to address all these problems. These continuing attacks … Continue reading All is not well in the family courts …

2020 Social Care Point in Time #Adoption #fostercare #Residential

Ofsted has sent surveys to social care providers to find out about the experiences of the children, parents, staff and professionals involved. Please encourage children, parents, staff and professionals to share their views about the providers they are involved with and that Ofsted inspect. The survey will close on Friday 27 March. If you’re a … Continue reading 2020 Social Care Point in Time #Adoption #fostercare #Residential

SUPPORTING KINSHIP CARE

In whatever form it takes, NIROMP believe that Kinship Care is an important and valuable route to settled, permanent care for many children. ABOUT kinship care Kinship care is when family members or friends take on the care of children who, for many different reasons, are unable to remain living at home with their parents. … Continue reading SUPPORTING KINSHIP CARE

INDEPENDENT CARE REVIEW #KeepThePromise #ThePromise

Unprecedented review of Scottish care system demands radical overhaul Today the independent review into Scotland's care system published its final report. https://twitter.com/TheCareReview/status/1225020226540097536?s=20 We at NIROMP applaud all who contributed to Scotland Care Review, most especially the children and people with lived experience. Change is needed across Scotland as it is across England. We look forward … Continue reading INDEPENDENT CARE REVIEW #KeepThePromise #ThePromise

Flawed Placement Application #Adoption #HumanRights #fostering

This judgment should be an important reminder of why statutory regulation, guidance and caselaw exist. Achieving what’s right for individual children based on a holistic non-linear evaluation of the options must always govern decision making. This judgment by HHJ Lazarus contains powerful and important reminders of the stakes in which we are dealing when we … Continue reading Flawed Placement Application #Adoption #HumanRights #fostering