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Short Breaks Survey

WE NEED YOUR VIEWS   Children & Young People’s Services – Short Break Provision Survey We want to get your views about short breaks for disabled children. Your views are important as they will help us plan future services for … Continue reading

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Integrated Family Support – New Contracts Offered

See the updated Integrated Family Support page for details of the new contracts offered.

Posted in Families, Integrated Family Support

Looked After Children Summary Statistics at 31st Mar 2012

Every year we complete a statistical return called SSDA903 to the Department for Education. This includes details of episodes of care received by all Looked After Children, their educational achievements, employment and residential status where applicable, along with other outcome … Continue reading

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Mid-2011 Population Estimates

The Office for National Statistics have just released the mid-2011 population estimates for Bristol, broken down into 5-year age bands. See here for the Bristol Research Network briefing note on these estimates.

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Children Known to Social Services – Update Oct 2012

This post updates previously published information concerning children known to social services (see Demographics of children known to Social Care 2007 – 2011). It shows: Social Services caseloads by quarter up to 30-09-2012. Ethnic breakdown of children known to Social Services. … Continue reading

Posted in Child Protection Plans, Children in Care, Children in Need, Cross-cutting, Demographic, Services, Stay Safe

Disabled children moving into adulthood

In support of improving outcomes for young people with additional needs, we are now consulting on The Draft Bristol Transitions Strategy, along with a draft partnership transitions protocol and participation framework. See the Transitions page for more details and to … Continue reading

Posted in Be Healthy, Consultations, Transitions, Transitions