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Looked-after children: promoting their health and welfare

Sep 29, 2018, 20:09 PM
The Department for Education and the Department of Health are seeking views on proposed amendments to 'Promoting the health and wellbeing of looked-after children' statutory guidance issued in 2009.
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The Department for Education and the Department of Health are seeking views on proposed amendments to 'Promoting the health and wellbeing of looked-after children' statutory guidance issued in 2009.

Updates reflect changes made to the NHS following the Health and Social Care Act 2012.

Ways to respond

You can respond to this consultation  online or complete a response form and either
email it to: HealthLookedAfterChildren.consultation@education.gsi.gov.uk or post it to:

FAO Michael Allured
Department for Education
Sanctuary Buildings
Great Smith Street
London
SW1P 3BT

Click here to view Promoting the health and welfare of looked-after children: updated statutory guidance - government consultation.


Click here to view Promoting the health and welfare of looked-after children: draft statutory guidance for local authorities, clinical commissioning groups and NHS England.

The consultation closes at 5:00pm on 9 January 2015.
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