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When deciding this, they must look at all the information in the child’s permanence report and also in any other reports about the child’s needs and their family circumstances that have been prepared by the social worker or other professionals.
Before or immediately after a child is accommodated by Children’s Services, the social worker should draw up a care plan for the child and should get the agreement of their parents or those with parental responsibility or the young person themselves if they are aged 16 or 17 to the plan.
Family Rights Group’s advice line can explain how to look for an advocate or solicitor and give more information about how they work.
For more information see: advice sheet 10: Advocacy for families in local authority decision-making.
They can: Children's Services must provide advocacy services for children and young people in some circumstances.
They should also have details of other local advocacy services.
For more information see: advice sheets: 4: Family Support; 13: Contact with children in accommodation and 11: Duties on Children’s Services towards children in the care system.