Best practice guidance on the transfer of foster carers Northern Ireland

Author:
FOSTERING NETWORK NORTHERN IRELAND
Publisher:
Fostering Network Northern Ireland
Publication year:
2012
Pagination:
4p.
Place of publication:
Belfast

This new best practice guidance on the transfer of foster carers has been produced by the Fostering Network Northern Ireland. It recommends the good practice guidelines to be followed when a foster carer wishes to transfer from one fostering service to another. The guidance recognises the principles of child care legislation and seeks to ensure that safeguarding the welfare of children is at the core of fostering policy and practice. The guidelines are the result of 18 months of discussion with trusts, independent providers and the health and social care board, who are all in agreement with the process. Where a foster carer decides to change fostering provider, the decision about whether any existing placement can or should continue will be made by the trust that has placed that child. It is most important that both foster carers and fostering services adhere to the guidelines.

Subject terms:
organisations, foster care, foster carers, good practice;
Content type:
practice guidance
Location(s):
Northern Ireland
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