Guardian report

youngagain
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Guardian report

Postby youngagain » Tue Dec 07, 2010 8:22 pm

We received the guardians report today regarding the frequency and level of supervision she recommends. She says 2 hours a month with little ones dad with his mum supervising. Sounds good to me on the face of it but that would be the same mum who was supposed to supervise when his assessment was being done by the L.A.which led to twelve separate incidents where she was not supervising and little one taken to the doctors on an emergency basis etc. The guardian and the L.A. neglected to even raise these issues at all ever.? Hmm I thought the guardian was appointed to oversee the interests of the child, how I wonder did she miss this.

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Re: Guardian report

Postby ied53 » Wed Dec 08, 2010 1:28 pm

Stress that you are very concerned as there is documentary evidence to suggest she will not supervise. Before you rush in to accepting the frquency do remeber this is forever contact should be managable. we have 2 hrs evry two months ferlt enough for child to know parents and little enough for child to feel secure in placement. You could try and suggest every 6 weeks and voice your concerns over the supervisor

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Re: Guardian report

Postby youngagain » Wed Dec 08, 2010 5:50 pm

Thanks for you views, I will put this forward,its the welfare of the child that should be considered above all else.

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Re: Guardian report

Postby gb2010 » Thu Dec 09, 2010 2:56 pm

Make sure there is NO Contact Order granted at Court if this is applicable to your case. Kind regards.


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