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Camden: corporate parenting »
The Corporate Parenting Scrutiny Committee was one of Camden's two pilots of the scrutiny function.
Children and Young People Scrutiny Commission's Review into Council's Approach to Corporate Parenting in Newham »
This review looks into London Borough of Newham's approach to corporate parenting in reponse to Members' concerns about how the needs of the lookd after Children are being addressed by the Borough.
Safeguarding Children Review Panel »
The review examined the current arrangements for safeguarding and protecting children in the East Riding.
Scrutiny Inquiry Report: services for children with disabilities »
Services for Children with Disabilities, Special Educational needs and additonal health needs Inquiry into service redesign
Young People's Services Scrutiny Review »
A review of the Young People's Service at Calderdale
Barnsley: care for carers »
A report from Barnsley's Social Affairs and Health Scrutiny Commission.
Affordable Warmth Review »
Reviewing whether or not the Council is promoting and targeting it's affordable warmth support appropriately in line with its Affordable Warmth Strategy.
quality protects, phase one »
Focusing on two specific areas - the health and education of looked after children.
education of looked after children »
An examination of the current arrangements for ensuring the authority is able to discharge its corporate parenting role in relation to the education of looked after children.
services for carers »
The Scrutiny Review Panel set out to assess the extent to which services in Haringey are designed to meet the needs of carers in terms of independence, support and recognition.
quality protects, phase two »
Following up on phase one and investigating a new area - absence of education provision for some looked after children.
education of children in public care »
Undertaken to discover why children in care in West Sussex, as elsewhere, under perform.
Instigated after figures in the Corporate Plan and Best Value Performance Plan showed that the number of rough sleepers in the Borough had increased.
respite care »
Focusing on how the services could be improved and be more responsive to the specific needs of carers.
Renfrewshire: supporting people issues »
Review of Supporting People Issues
Bexley: alternatives to bed and breakfast accommodation for housing homeless people »
The review examined trends in demand from homeless people and the supply of housing to meet the need. It tried to identify alternative ways to house homeless people other than the use of Bed and Breakfast.
the role of social services day centres in local communities »
Focusing particularly on day services and activities for older people that are provided throughout the Borough.
An invesitgation in to Children and young people going missing from children's homes in Leeds.
operational coordination between education and social services »
This reports details the findings of the self-generated project undertaken by Members as part of their scrutiny role into co-ordination between Education and the Arts, Social and Caring Services service portfolios.
service co-ordination - transitional arrangements for children with sen »
This report details the outcomes of the Members’ scrutiny project, which reviewed the co-ordination of services between Social and Caring Services, Education and the Arts and Health for young people with special needs entering adulthood.
Buckinghamshire: fairer charging policy »
An ongoing investigation into the implementation and consequences of the new
Staffordshire: adaptations »
Specifically focused on part of the work of the Disability Resource Teams and the provision of the Disability Facilities Grant, which is delivered through the District Councils.
Derbyshire: disabled adaptations »
The review looked at procedures in place for undertaking disabled adaptations with a particular emphasis on reducing length of time taken between the application for assistance and the work being undertaken.
Cornwall: youth services »
An inquiry established to examine the implementation of the action plan arising from the Ofsted Inspection of the Youth Service (2001).