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Fostering
There are several different types of foster care there is shot term fostering, long term fostering, parents and child fostering, babies and under two’s, short breaks for under disabled children, respite foster care, therapeutic re-parenting, treatme
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Adopting
There are six types of adoption, there are; child in care, sibling group, Step-child, Relative,Overseas, Having your child adopted,
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Protecting a child
They protect children by Kent safeguarding children, Kent’s children’s trust and Kent’s safe school. They protect children from; bulling, demestic violance, abuse, online danger
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Children in care
They work together by agencies working together, health, education advisors, education welfare officers, connexions and fostering.
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What are effects of special needs children on the family?
Change of routine. Leaving the house: what you need to take with you. Parents won’t have a lot of leisure time. Other siblings may feel left out. Patients. Respite care may need to be arranged. Help (outside the family) may be needed.
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What support is available for families with children with special needs?
The provision of equipment and home adaption, Respite care, Statements of special educational needs, Portage. Occupational therapy,School action or early year’s action Financial support Speech and language Interpreters Advocates Physiotherapy
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Adopting

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There are six types of adoption, there are; child in care, sibling group, Step-child, Relative,Overseas, Having your child adopted,

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Protecting a child

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Children in care

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What are effects of special needs children on the family?

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