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My family have just had their first review meeting for the children that are in care under ICO's and although I did not attend I have since been told a little background into what happens and who is there at these meetings. One of the issues raised was contact for other family members in addition to mum and dad and this was declined at this stage as they were told it is too early and too much stress for the children. Someone has since mentioned to me that in these meetings there is an independent guardian who can make decisions about and for the children on their behalf and also to help family members, the indepedent guardian gets to suggest what is in the best interests of the children and especially help family members keep in the loop, can anyone tell me if this is accurate, and if so do they have the power that SS have but perhaps from a different perspective?
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