Digital copy of Review of Services for Children and Young People with Complex and Additional Needs, 2011/2012; Action for Children.

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September 1st 2012 - September 30th 2012

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Relates to background of services available for children and young people in Jersey, methodology, impact factors, service provision, families and carers, summary of key issues, analysis, the case for change, and conclusion. For a second copy of this review, see C/D/AW6/C/EE000082.


Bullock, Roger
Action for Children
Jersey Children and Young People's Plan
Health and Social Services Department
Children's Services
Health and Social Services Children's Services
Le Bas Centre
Community and Social Services
Children's Policy Group
Resource Allocation Panel
Eden House
Maison Allo
Autism Jersey
Jersey Childcare Trust
Complex Needs and Disability Team
Health and Social Security and Housing Scrutiny Panel
Education Sport and Culture
Child Development Centre
Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services
Jersey Child Protection Committee
Jersey Child Protection Committee Multidisciplinary Safeguarding Group
Jersey General Hospital
The Bridge Child and Family Centre
Youth Inclusion Project
States of Jersey
United Nations


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