One of the biggest problems associated with child abuse at daycare is that far too many people overlook the warning signs and fail to report their suspicions. It is not your responsibility to determine whether your suspicions are valid, or to investigate those suspicions.
Rights - Child Information Child Information As soon as possible after placing a child into foster care or kinship care, and no later than 30 days after placing the child, the placing agency shall provide to the child's caregiver any available documentation or proof of the child's age that may be required for enrollment in school or activities that require proof of age.
Caregivers should have certain basic information in order to provide for the needs of children placed in their care, including all of the following: The name, mailing address, telephone number, and facsimile number of the child's social worker and the social worker's supervisor.
The name, mailing address, telephone number, and facsimile number of the child's attorney and court-appointed special advocate CASAif any. The name, address, and department number of the juvenile court in which the child's juvenile court case is pending. The case number assigned to the child's juvenile court case.
A copy of the child's birth certificate, passport, or other identifying documentation of age as may be required for enrollment in school and extracurricular activities. The child's Medi-Cal identification number or group health insurance plan number.
Medications or treatments in effect for the child at the time of placement, and instructions for their use. A plan outlining the child's needs and services, including information on family and sibling visitation.
Placement history or underlying source documents that are provided to adoptive parents pursuant to subdivisions a and b of Section of the Family Code. This information is necessary to obtain social and health services for children, enroll children in school and extracurricular activities.A world where children's rights are recognised, respected and enforced, and where every rights violation has a remedy.
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Convention on the Rights of the Child Adopted and opened for signature, ratification and accession by General Assembly resolution 44/25 of 20 November If you believe the child is in imminent danger, CALL immediately.
Call the Abuse Hotline at , available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
OHRC releases report on its inquiry into the over-representation of Indigenous and Black children in Ontario’s child welfare system; To Children’s Aid Societies in Ontario re: Request for disaggregated data regarding children and youth in Ontario’s child welfare system.
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