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Digital copy of Minutes of General Committee Meeting of the Brig-y-don Committee. [Some details redacted].
May 19th 2008 - May 19th 2008
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Lists Honorary Chairman Mrs Susie Pinel and others as present, noting apologies from other individuals. Matters Arising: refers to a [States of Jersey] grant, and the renovation of a flat at Sable D'Or. Report: refers to the maturation of investments. Children's Report: refers to the annual re-registration, inspections, National Minimum Standards, policies, procedures, a report by Andrew Williamson, St Peter's School Headteacher, Senator Jim Perchard, children, behaviour, admissions, discharges, fostering, Heathfield [Children's Home], outreach, daycare, transfers, adult special needs, assessments, and parents. Any Other Business: refers to a donation from the Daily Mail, resignation of staff, visits by the Lieutenant Governor, JEP [Jersey Evening Post], and finances. The Future of Brig-y-don: refers to correspondence from Senator Jim Perchard dated 12 May 2008 in response to a meeting of HSS [Health and Social Services] with Susie Pinel and others. Discusses future strategies for Brig-y-don Children's Home, mentioning maintaining Brig-y-don until the Brig-y-don Committee can no longer afford to do so, providing psychiatric care to children as recommended by HSS [Health and Social Services], or closing Brig-y-don Children's Home in the near future and focussing fundraising efforts on supporting Jersey children. Notes Brig-y-don's expertise in fostering and adoption. Refers to likelihood that La Préférence [Children's Home] and Heathfield [Children's Home] will close in the near future. Discusses difficulties providing a Service Level Agreement between [Health and Social Services] and the Brig-y-don Committee.
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