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Digital copy of entry by Child Care Officer relating to a visit to Family Group Home Le Squez [Blanche Pierre Family Group Home], where [Witness 76] and her siblings are resident. Taken from the Children's Services client file of Witness 76. [Some details redacted]. Used as evidence in relation to Witness 76's witness statement to the Inquiry dated 12 August 2014 [C/D/AW1/B3/14/WS000166].
June 20th 1986 - June 20th 1986
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Refers to children settling well at Blanche Pierre, and Child Care Officer and Mrs McGuire's visits to [Witness 76]'s mother at Jersey General Hospital, taking a tape recording of the two youngest children. Refers to mother's increase in pain medication, and plans in place for Witness 76 and her siblings for grief counselling following mother's death. Refers to divorced husband of [Witness 76]'s mother suggesting he might take children from Blanche Pierre for trips, and later care for them at home, and discussion with Child Care Officer. Mentions divorced husband's erratic maintenance payments and holiday aborad with new fiancee. Refers to divorced husband's conversation with Nurse Le Geyt and another regarding his intentions to care for the children, mentioning housing. Describes possibility of Education Committee passing Care Orders following [Witness 76]'s mother's death to ensure Witness 76 and her siblings remain under the care of the Education Committee and Children's Services rather than transfer to the care of [divorced husband].
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