1372 0 obj <> endobj I read the article in the Guardian on Saturday “Are we failing parents whose children are taken into care” and the concern expressed by Judge Stephen Wildblood QC and barrister Judi Evans, about the lack of help for parents caught up in care proceedings. 0000090364 00000 n 0000008202 00000 n 1 Like; Aug 25, 2018 0000124489 00000 n 0000158848 00000 n Do we place our disabled daughter in residential care? 0 Also, your need for care may not have gone away, even if the entity that was going to provide it is closed down. 0000114016 00000 n Out of 206 local authorities responsible for child protection in Scotland, England and Wales, 128 council told the Daily Mirror that 26 to 46 morbidly obese children were taken into care. The head teacher explained to her what was happening. Anyway - I refused to let my DD stay at her BFs even though his mother was condoning it (i was a terrible mother that took away my DDs hair straighteners because she was literally unable to turn them off so she actually bought my DD a new pair ) So i called the police - the police agreed with me that my DD was not to stay there but she refused to come home (the cow!) Ask the investigator specifically why your child is being removed. Who will look after my child? 0000179115 00000 n Find out if she can swap shifts, or if there are classes anywhere else at other times, etc. So they are thinking about whether to ask a court if your child should be taken into care. She is a child in need I can't meet her needs, I have another child she is torturing also. 0000053870 00000 n If your child is taken into care the council would be responsible for arranging their education. This doesn't make me an expert or anything, but I do have some small experience with families in crisis and with troubled teenage girls.If the grandmother has agreed to take her, then I would suggest you do nothing beyond supporting them all and perhaps finding out where they can go for help at this point. Looked after children may be either ‘accommodated’ by the local authority (at the request of or in the absence of their birth parents) or subject to a Care Order made by the Family Courts. They also said that unannounced visits are welcome. I remember a few years ago when I was doing my teacher training two sisters came to wait in my classroom for the social worker to come and take them into care. As Annie was to discover, once a baby is taken into care, it can be extremely difficult to get them back. In some cases your child may be placed in temporary care whilst the court makes a decision. Social services would have taken any other child abused in this way into care, but because it was her brother, this abuse did not count, and because he was not being abused he could not be taken into care. They were taken away from their usual class so they didn’t see their mum when she came. Some of the most common reasons for a child or young person being taken into care include abuse, neglect, family breakdown or a parent or child’s illness or disability. I'm not judging your SIL either btw.Maryz's advice is excellent as usual. Childrens homes are horrible, unstable places for a child to be. The court will decide if you need an urgent hearing. If you want to help, giving her direct support, or helping her access it, is probably the most useful thing for you to do. 0000141431 00000 n I'm afraid I do judge someone who would do this to a 14 year old. Although my DDs behaviour was not that bad in the scheme of things there was a reason i think. The issues addressed include locating relatives, determining the fitness of a relative to provide care, and requirements for licensure. Your childcould be taken into care You will receive a letter before proceedings Your local authority is very worried that your child is not being looked after properly or is out of control. 'A teenager, bent on a certain course of behaviour, can cause total chaos. 0000005705 00000 n If your child usually lives with you, but moves to live in a care home or residential school, any Child Benefit, Child Tax Credit, Child Element of Universal Credit and Disability Living Allowance you get for them could stop or be reduced. Not her child, so not her problem.Your SIL needs to go back to Social Services and explain that she can't go to the classes and what else can they offer? It broke my heart to see my grand son abuse my daughter and grand daughter. The mind boggles. 0000114142 00000 n Urm, that's all I can come up with. They can work from there, get some help, get talking.If she's just planning on dumping her there without agreement, then the grandmother must choose whether to accept that and turn it into the above, or phone social services and report the child as abandoned or something. 0000103699 00000 n It allows a council to take a child into care. 0000054111 00000 n 0000111771 00000 n In either circumstance, this is a worrying and upsetting time for you and you will probably have many concerns and questions. When a child gets taken into care, it's not always against a family's wishes - sometimes the parents themselves make the difficult initial call. 0000103841 00000 n It costs hundreds of pounds a week to keep a child in care, and it is a very, very last resort.If your niece's granny has her, then SS will not take her. If I had a say, which I know I do not, I would advise against telling social services she's abandoned her at her grandmothers. Keep your stress in check by breathing deeply or meditating for a few minutes every day. To take my child into care you'd have to take them from my cold, dead hands, as I'd fight to the death to keep them with me. 0000005820 00000 n To use this feature subscribe to Mumsnet Premium - get first access to new features see fewer ads, and support Mumsnet. 0000053539 00000 n She is fantastic with advice in these situations. I know social services do this.Could sil find the time to commit to parenting classes and find some sort of family counselling first though? 0000068224 00000 n I feel so bad for her, she will feel rejected, and I feel a failure, her father won't have her either! What will happen if you try? When your child is taken into care Coping with the aftermath of having your children removed by child social services Coping with the aftermath of having your children removed by social services, or even being accommodated by the local authority under a voluntary (Section 20) agreement, is a very painful experience for parents and close relatives. They must have a person in control (called a 'virtual school head'). It turned out that her father (who never saw her) was stirring up trouble by sending her messages on FB about her mother. If your child is in the care system (whether with your agreement – referred to as ‘accommodated, or after a Court order has been made) being able to stay in touch with and have a positive relationship with their family is recognised as very important for them. ‘I … Does the grandmother know that this is happening?I am not an expert, my boys are only just teens, but I did used to work as the residential support at a project for young women with behavioural problems. 0000163067 00000 n 0000006081 00000 n SIL is taking her DD to granny's this afternoon and leaving her there with £100 and their social worker's phone number. Could it be unpicked somehow? American Baby By Laura Broadwell If she's agreed to help out in order to give them both some space then that's ok. No matter how they behaved. where is the child's father? There was good points being in care like being able to do whatever you want and no one able to do fuck all if you felt like staying out for a week/getting drunk and fucked up/ refusing to go to school but it was awful knowing no one actually gave a real shit about you. 0000103948 00000 n The nursery nurse who they knew stayed with them and tried to play with them, The older … I couldn't walk away not knowing where my child was or what was happening to them each day, no matter how hellish things were with them at home. 0000090418 00000 n Find out what you need to do to get your child back into your care. Like Michelle said, go with your gut, you’ll know if a daycare is right for your child or not. By Natasha Courtenay-Smith for MailOnline Updated: 03:24 EST, 30 April 2008 So just because she doesn't think she will benefit from parenting classes (i would rather stick a fork in my eye to be honest) it doesn't mean she doesn't love her daughter. hޤT[lU���vg�=3�Yz�Q��S%l��Є�/>X�egJo�ݝ���v�қ��{qZD�]/mA��K)Uk��H���`b"��E���l�m�'O�r�����9s 8�^qr��8��D�b��-Y��ӿ��-�@�'���$p�,P�n\Q?ݻ9��b�~���n̮��~�(7�Χ#6�����u��G�?tN2�gfF&. 0000126929 00000 n She's the adult here and if she's not in control or doesn't understand how to parent a teen, or is really struggling - the onus is upon her to learn and to change. 0000090177 00000 n trailer There are a few circumstances where this applies: If you need short-term or temporary care in a care home, your home won't be in the means test. 0000090495 00000 n I think it all shocked DD that it escalated to that point so quickly - she was home the next day and soon dumped the twat boyfriend. In the next few days, you will get a … 0000103630 00000 n We have to face many hurdles, from the lack of adequate respite provision to verbal abuse on the streets. You or your child must appeal against a care order within 21 days of the order being made. The rules are very complicated, so get advice if this applies to you. 0000068200 00000 n If you are a grandparent and your grandchild has been taken into care, you need to take some action very very quickly. If you do not agree with the local authority’s care plan for your child If your children are subject to care proceedings, you have the right to your own solicitor. I certainly wouldn't put a child into care whatever they're doing, I don't think anything good will come of it. 0000113752 00000 n How awful. 0000132720 00000 n The relationship between my SIL and her 14 year old DD has broken down to the level that SIL is happy her DD to go into foster care. 0000132797 00000 n She presumably has to prioritise feeding the family and keeping a roof over their heads How awful for them all. A friend of mine had terrible trouble with her dd who had been doing very well at school and was a responsible girl who suddenly started hitting her and getting in trouble with the police. 0000018975 00000 n He literally left me at ss offices and didn't give them a choice. 2. I would never judge a parent in this situation - it is almost impossible to know just how awful a teenager is behaving at home, because almost all of them behave better elsewhere and save their worst stuff for 'behind closed doors'. I feel comfortable leaving my child there. There are many reasons that children end up in this type of program but the most popular reasons have been: 1. So yes i woudl have thought tht they would do so - it does sound like your SIL and her DD clash terribly, its not uncommon and teenagers can be a bloody nightmare - my DD has left home now - she is 22 and is doing ok, has lovely DP a job and a nice little flat together (on the sea front how jealous am i!) 0000006902 00000 n Your child could be taken into care You will receive a letter before proceedings Your local authority is very worried that your child is not being looked after properly or is out of control. 1372 94 0000132688 00000 n 0000132623 00000 n 0000176506 00000 n 0000004484 00000 n Your child may be placed into foster care, in a children’s home, adopted or cared for by another family member. She has to make the effort. If you are a grandparent and your grandchild has been taken into care, you need to take some action very very quickly. 0000015707 00000 n And there must be a reason why the dd is behaving this way - a child cannot be blamed for their behaviour imo.This is not to say that I don't empathise with the SIL. To remind you that you cannot use your au pair for childcare all day every day. Having a child in psychiatric treatment is stressful, so take care of your own well-being when you can. 0000147530 00000 n Don't settle for an explanation of "we think your child was abused" or "your child is not safe with you." 0000114620 00000 n If the Child is under a full Care Order this last's until the Child is 18 years old. 0000160805 00000 n This publication presents an overview of State laws that give priority or preference to relatives when children are in need of out-of-home care. 0000163132 00000 n I stayed with my grandparents for a week when mum chucked me out, she'd tried to leave me at the SS office but they wouldn't take me. This is an organization that provides care for children within a family that may be experiencing an emergency situation that makes it difficult for the parents to provide and care for their child. 0000005131 00000 n startxref %%EOF 0000053939 00000 n Often doing them physical harm. If it's really just "usual 14 year old stuff" plus "anything for a quiet life" parenting, then the chances of your niece being taken into care are almost zero. previous children being taken into care for the above reasons) Death of carer (ie. 6. 0000176913 00000 n A 14 year old can't possibly know what's best for her though. 0000147465 00000 n %PDF-1.4 %���� I can understand that sometimes children need to go into care when their parents are too ill to look after them but because they are getting in the way of a work commitment? But who could let their child go into a children's home, knowing that they are only likely to end up worse off and a target for further problems? Parenting a child with any disability is extremely tough. Dumping her daughter on granny is not the answer and leaves granny sorting out the mess if SS say that she's alright because she's with family. You, your child or the local authority can apply to end the order or change it to a supervision order at any time. I am sure things are very difficult but someone who really loves their child will do everything to work out difficulties - this doesn't appear to be the case. 0000008315 00000 n After you’ve applied online, you should call the court to explain why your case is urgent. 0000141967 00000 n My dad put me in care, he refused to take me back, refused to let me stay with his mum and I refused to to go with him. Well I’m sorry but you must have been contacted about the child going into care/been adopted out. 0000007408 00000 n xref A week with her Gran might not be a bad thing. I think a Child can be removed at 16, but they can apply to the Courts to be returned home and the Judge has to give full consideration to the Child's wishes. I feel sick about this, she pushed me earlier I am so disabled I can't do anything! 0000068013 00000 n 0000124153 00000 n <<4FB0A52F63A9B943AA1793825F28DF05>]/Prev 1396635/XRefStm 3576>> Gemma's eldest son Niall was taken into care when he was seven years old She called social services and asked — or ordered — them to come and take her seven-year-old son, Niall, away. She should move heaven and earth to make it work. 0000103871 00000 n 0000163241 00000 n 0000113821 00000 n Sorry, but I think my first action would be to call granny, warn her, and then take her out of the afternoon so she isn't mixed up in this. Or perhaps the council has taken your child into care because they are concerned that you are unable to care for them and they have decided that it is best that they no longer live with you. 0000068082 00000 n Your sil should not dismiss these classes. 0000114446 00000 n 0000087266 00000 n 0000054057 00000 n She's basically saying that work comes before her daughter.I'm sure some sort of respite would be good for both if them though and give them some time out. 0000054188 00000 n My niece does not want to live at home (usual 14 year old stuff) and her mum is not brilliant at discipline (admits to the "anything for a quiet life" school of parenting). What action can be taken over the child not going to school? So i posted here a few weeks ago, I have my neice for a while as her mum is away at the moment and unable to care for her, I've [...] - Poster:Dan78yds - Page: 2 - Pages:7 - … The Court will ask the parents if there is anyone they wish to put forward to be considered as alternative carers if the children cannot be returned to one or both parents. 0000147639 00000 n Placement with a foster carer is very unlikely. 0000006644 00000 n This can be for up to 8 weeks at first. This is page 1 of 2 (This thread has 41 messages.). 0000003930 00000 n Granny will have to throw her out too. 0000068254 00000 n However difficult and or hostile the dd is, underneath she must be very hurt to know her mother wants her gone. The daycare I’m sending my child too has live video/ audio I can see any time I want. It might be that your SIL is really desperate. Incarceration 3. Your case would be urgent if, for example: your child is in danger. How I finally made the heartbreaking decision to put my severely autistic son into care. 0000177042 00000 n I can't believe anyone would just dump their child tbh. Take care of yourself. Their role is to ensure social workers, and others, provide proper and adequate attention to a child's education while they are in care. 0000176844 00000 n Therefore it is often in the best interest of the child to be taken into care if all other support fails, either permanently (if the illness or injury is terminal or results in fatality) or for the period of recovery. You are still the legal parent of your child, and you still have input in on the day to day decisions of your child. 1465 0 obj <>stream 0000003576 00000 n Myself and my partner of 10 years split up in the July. To comment on this thread you need to create a Mumsnet account. 0000144442 00000 n Not everyone can "rearrange" work to accommodate other commitments, some employers simply won't have it. Parenting is bloody hard but you don't just get to throw the towel in. 0000141769 00000 n Our home was a battle ground but it came good in the end, going into care would have done more harm than good. 'She's basically saying that work comes before her daughter' Exactly. If everyone connected with the girl refuses to have her, then she is most likely to end up in B&B accommodation in the short-term, and a hostel in the medium-to-long term. 0000163164 00000 n If you that you want to be able to raise your child, and you want to be his or her forever mom, but your current situation is not appropriate to raise a child in, temporary, voluntary foster care might be the best choice for you. Things were fraught at home but on reflection it was teenage angst - so no serious behaviour, no involvement from SS before. It costs hundreds of pounds a week to keep a child in care, and it is a very, very last resort. 0000062423 00000 n We have a good relationship but in all honesty, i don't think we can live together - doesn't mean i don't love her and wouldnt die for her though! Social services appear only to want to help with pointing SIL in the direction of parenting classes at times she can't go to because of work.I don't have teenagers yet, so don't know what to suggest to help the situation.Any ideas?Thanks. Neglect (ie. 0000158650 00000 n 0000003770 00000 n In some situations, your home won't be taken into account in the means test. 0000006559 00000 n 0000181198 00000 n Many many jobs in fact wouldn't allow for this. Anyone wanting to appeal against or end a care order will … I do know that teens can be a nightmare. 0000114511 00000 n 0000158719 00000 n 0000124687 00000 n If your niece's granny has her, then SS will not take her. parent cannot/will not provide food/money/clothes for their child) Parent has a history of abuse or neglect (ie. 0000103817 00000 n 0000141838 00000 n What could happen if the child misses school for a few weeks? So the police said that the alternative was for her to be taken into temporary care - as it was i asked a friend if DD could stay with her over night and it was fine. Looking at the case. Lots of Fathers on this page would have jumped at the chance to have their child living with them. 0000113939 00000 n I want dd to go into care, I can't do this anymore. If it's really just "usual 14 year old stuff" plus "anything for a quiet life" parenting, then the chances of your niece being taken into care are almost zero. I am a 25 year old female, who has only recently been diagnosed with manic depression. The girl has no idea what being in care at 14 is like.Are there any other relatives who could have her for a few weeks and maybe host some mediative talks between mother and dd? Even then, SS's first, second, third and fourth resort will be to try to get your niece back with her mum, or failing that, another family member (including you). The Court will ask the parents if there is anyone they wish to put forward to be considered as alternative carers if the children cannot be returned to one or both parents. M y husband and I are currently facing one of the most difficult decisions of our lives. This is not unique. Hope I helped anyway, Elle =] The Children Act 1989 lays down the circumstances under which it is appropriate for a child to be taken into care or a supervision order made. Illness within the family: whether it be the child or parent. We had not long lost my dad (he was like her fatehr to be honest) and I had just had another baby (within weeks) i think all of that happening in a 15 yo life was going to have an affect. has everyone become too hysterical about Covid? 'I don't doubt this, honestly. Please PM MaryZ. To think that high levels of children being sent to school are the beginnings of lockdown resistance from the working age population, Talk widget showing discussions of the day & trending threads, Subscribe to Mumsnet emails direct to your inbox. If your care home is permanent, it won't be counted if it's still occupied by: Maintain your overall health by eating … All those who think that she should rearrange her work do go to "parenting classses" - maybe she thinks that the parenting classes are a waste of time and quite frankly i don't think you can learn how to parent really. does granny want the girl with her? If you were any kind of Father you would have stepped up and taken your child in. 0000054081 00000 n 0000018827 00000 n At the start of care proceedings, the council asks the family court to make a temporary court order, called an ‘interim care order’. My child is 5 years old and has now been in foster care since October 2012. Under your care and guidance, along with the help of your well-chosen caregivers, your baby will flourish and grow into a happy, healthy child. 0000002224 00000 n I should think they absolutely will take her - my DD got it into her head to go and "live" with her BF when she was 15. I think what they need is one to one family therapy and help to relate to each other as you can't pigeon hole people into a one size fits all mentality. 0000090388 00000 n A care order is given by a court. is there other family that could take the girl temporarily to let mother and daughter have a bit of space from each other? If your child's social worker decides it is not in your child's best interests to wait any longer and that your child should be removed from your care straight away, the social worker may apply to court to ask a magistrate or judge for an order that your child should be removed against your wishes. 0000018898 00000 n parents dying and no other relatives can take in the child) Unwanted. It was eventually resolved though and everything ok now as far as I know.So I suppose I am saying is there an underlying reason for all this? your ex-partner hasn’t returned your child when they should … 0000005666 00000 n There are lots of reasons why someone might go into care, for example: their parents are unable to look after them due to illness or family problems, which could include abuse or neglect the courts or Children's Panel (if they live in Scotland) feel that their home is not a safe place for them to live Does your SIL think a care home will act as a wake-up call? 0000158311 00000 n By not re arranging her work to go to parenting classes, your sil is not really trying everything she can first in my opinion. National statistics do not exist, but it is estimated that between 3.2% and 9% of adoptions fail, with the child either being taken back into care, or leaving the family home. 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