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94% Children in Need
Browser does not support script. The Marmot Review of Health Inequalities (Marmot, 2010) highlighted a real challenge to improving the health and wellbeing of children and young people: there is a social gradient in health, meaning the lower the social position, the poorer the health outcomes. Figure 1: Contacts:. c) Gender of Children in Need. What are the key inequalities?.
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88% Children in Need Activity at Borough Hall
Browser does not support script. Listen to this page We use cookies, please read our privacy policy for further information Welcome to Bedford Borough Council Advanced Search Site Map Contact Us Help Our Services A - Z : A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Main Menu Home Page Council and Democracy Council News Archived News November 2010 Adult Social Care Services Author to Visit...
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54% Looked After Children
Browser does not support script. Although this is not guaranteed, Bedford Council makes every effort to place children close to their home area and avoid further disruption to their schooling, support networks etc where it is safe to do so.
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52% Assessment of Needs
Browser does not support script. Assessments can be brief depending on the nature of the circumstances. In these circumstances please contact the Social Care Teams who will assess the need for support. Raising the level of academic achievement is a top priority for the council.
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43% Domestic Abuse
Browser does not support script. Or children may be forced to take part in verbally abusing the victim. An average of 20 cases are referred to Bedford Borough MARAC each month (based on data from April 2012 - March 2013).
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41% Opportunities in Children's Services - Apply now!
Browser does not support script. Opportunities in Children's Services - Apply now! provide support for adopted adults looking to access their birth records or trace birth family members. Experienced Social Workers - Children's Services - Apply now!.
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41% Safeguarding Children from Harm and Child Protection
Browser does not support script. There are four main types of abuse:. This might be a health visitor, nursery staff, teacher, family doctor, social worker or police officer. If you think a child or young person is being abused or mistreated or you have concerns about the safety or welfare of a child, you must speak to someone immediately.
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35% Children and Young Peoples Services
Browser does not support script. Browser does not support script. To make sure we get the right services for the right children at the right time, we have to carefully assess what they and their families need.
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35% Health Protection (Children)
Browser does not support script. Source: Bedfordshire DPH Screening and Immunisation Programme Report, September 2015 (Data for IDPS is currently available by Acute Trust only- data relates to screening uptake and outcomes for all pregnant women accessing maternity services at Bedford Hospital and the Luton & Dunstable Hospital, not Bedfordshire women in isolation). Hepatitis B . b. d.
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35% Children with Disabilities
Browser does not support script. Browser does not support script. It also specifies what they must do individually and how they must work together both strategically and operationally. All rights reserved.
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