The Waterhouse Report Essay

3658 Words Nov 22nd, 2014 15 Pages
David Bonelle
The Waterhouse report 2000 "Lost in Care"
Summary of content and the Governments response
The Waterhouse Report and recommendations "Lost in care" was the result of the North Wales Child Abuse Tribunal of enquiry" This report looked into abuse within children's homes in North Wales between 1974 and 1976 The enquiry was conducted by Sir Ronald Waterhouse.
The reports of abuse were made by children living in the Children's homes of North Wales. One of the Managers Named Alison heard the reports from the children themselves. The reports were taken to her superiors who did nothing about it.
Further to that Alison took her reports to the police, the social services denied any further investigations.
The council denied to
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All Policies and procedures will be taught to all staff in training as a compulsory part of the job.
Here are some of the National and local guidelines, policies and procedures that effect day to day work with children and young people within my personal role.
Behavior for each individual child will be written in the child's placement plan so staff are able to know what to expect from the child and how to deal with that situation safely. intimate personal care, physical contact, reporting suspected abuse. Risks assessments for Trips out or activities which the Young Person may be involved in are written in order to make sure the child's specific behavior

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