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Digital copy of a Page of the [Report on the Inspection of the Children's Section, States of Jersey, by Social Work Service Officers David Lambert and Elizabeth Wilkinson of the Department of Health and Social Security]. [Some details redacted]. [Undated, c. February to March 1981].

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Reference ZC/D/AW1/A3/3/WD004829
Date 1 February 1981 - 31 March 1981
Scope and Content Refers to the Children's Officer [C A Smith], the Director of Education [John Rodhouse], Haut de la Garenne, Family Group Homes, Brig-y-don [Children's Home], Les Chênes Residential School, and La Préférence [Children's Home]. Refers to discussions held with the Chief Nursing Officer, Chief Probation Officer, Educational Psychologist, and a visit to the Child Psychiatric Unit at the General Hospital. Refers to a conference discussing changes in policy for managing adolescents in the 1980s, and meetings with social workers from Guernsey. Refers to attendance at a Case Conference discussing a reported incident of child abuse. Notes that Brig-y-don and La Préférence operate as Voluntary Homes.
Names Brig-y-Don Children's Home
Children's Services
Child Psychiatric Unit
Department of Health and Social Security
Education Committee (Children's Section)
Education Committee
Haut de la Garenne
Jersey General Hospital
Les Chênes Residential School
La Préférence Children's Home
Lambert, David
Rodhouse, John
Smith, C A
Wilkinson, Elizabeth
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Language English
Level of description File
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Digital copy of a Page of the [Report on the Inspection of the Children's Section, States of Jersey, by Social Work Service Officers David Lambert and Elizabeth Wilkinson of the Department of Health and Social Security]. [Some details redacted]. [Undated, c. February to March 1981].

ZC/D/AW1/A3/3/WD004829

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