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Why some children and young people may need to be looked after away from their families.

BTECH Level 3, Health and Social Care Unit 10 - Caring for Children and Young People - P1
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Claire Vidler

on 30 January 2013

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Transcript of Why some children and young people may need to be looked after away from their families.

What are the positives and negatives about being a 'Looked After Child'? Looking at the two lists of postitives and negatives, how does each factor affect the child or young person involved? What needs to be taken into account when a child is being looked after who has health and behavioural problems?
What behaviours could pose challenging?
What examples of health issues would need to be taken into account if present? Why children and young people may need to be looked after. A Care Order means that social services, under the local authority, have the responsibility of the care of that child or young person and making decisions for them. Why do some children or young people need to
be protected by their own behaviours? What is the role of the parent when looking at
challenging behaviours, and the child or young
person getting out of control? What have you learnt over this lesson?

Look at your notes, and as a class create a bullet point
list to create a summary.
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