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Epping DoCS Stole my Autistic Child When I Went to them For Help

on Sun, 08/05/2012 - 08:08
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Epping DoCS NSW Stole my Autistic Child When I Went to them For Help

Below is one of the most disgusting displays of DoCS bullying and mismanagement of families I have come across. A mother who went to DoCS NSW Epping office for help. Never, ever ever ever, never go to docs for help. This poor woman has never abused or neglected her son. Epping DoCS need to be fully investigated. How many families are Epping DoCS terrorising?

"My child (Epping Docs victim) has autism with behaviour to say the least 'outrageous', though (Epping Docs victim) is very cute kid and very bright.

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Failure of Children Service Agencies is Epidemic By Attorney David Engler

on Fri, 08/03/2012 - 21:51
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Serial Abuser for Foster Money

Private placement agencies if not monitored well by Children Service Boards can end in tragedy. In Trumbull County, Ohio there have been at least 5 murders of children who were either directly through foster placement or indirectly through custody orders placed with the abuser.

In Fairfield County, Ohio a 5 year old boy was made to stand out in the rain and cold as a punishment. The boy was taken by ambulance to ER after going into cardiac arrest. He has permanent neurological damage.  A private agency working under the County made the placement.

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Kidnapping Ring Works Through Social Services and Scottsdale Hospital

on Thu, 08/02/2012 - 19:55
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Imagine going to the emergency room while in extreme labor at three in the morning, given an epidural that causes your baby to go into extreme distress, and then finally when your baby is born, having to deal with social services trying to get you to sign a paper saying you neglected your baby. The baby isn't even 6 hours old.

This is what happened to Sarah Sandy in Scottsdale, Arizona. The head nurse Jennifer Cornelius said she called social services because Sarah was 'thrashing around' during her delivery.

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A hard look at child services

on Thu, 08/02/2012 - 05:15

Within days of taking office in 2005, Gov. Mitch Daniels issued an executive order creating a new Department of Child Services. The handling of abuse and neglect cases was "a matter of life and death for many children," Daniels said, but it was not getting the attention it deserved under the Family and Social Services Administration.

Daniels named Marion County Juvenile Judge James W. Payne to lead the Cabinet-level department and asked the legislature to turn his executive order into law. Over the next several years Payne set about hiring 800 more staff members to manage caseloads better.

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We are the Peoples Public Trust and we have one goal - fixing the public services of this once great nation.

on Mon, 07/30/2012 - 08:33
Fixing The Public Service


We are the Peoples Public Trust and we have one goal - fixing the public services of this once-great nation.


Great Britain has one of the greatest public service infrastructures in the world, but it is not functioning at its best just now - and we are sure almost everyone knows that something is wrong.


We believe that everyone also has some idea as to what that 'something' is.

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Child welfare system must be improved

on Wed, 07/18/2012 - 11:48
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Child welfare system must be improved

The state of our state’s child welfare system is an important issue for many reasons. Anytime you are dealing with a situation where a child is removed from their family and home, it is a difficult situation. As a result, the child welfare system will not be a perfect system; however we are looking for ways to improve the lives of these children every day.

There is an overriding issue that is of particular concern.

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Research report into child neglect NSW Australia

on Tue, 07/17/2012 - 11:27
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Child neglect
Executive summary
This literature review of neglect has been undertaken to assist in refining definitions, examining risk factors, investigating developmental consequences, guiding management of cases, informing policy and identifying service strategies.
There is a lack of consistency in how ‘neglect’ is defined.
Several definitions of neglect have been proposed. Most commonly they emphasise that a child’s basic developmental needs have not been met by acts of omission by those responsible for that child.

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Children In Care Are Big Business

on Wed, 07/04/2012 - 23:39

The encroachment of international venture capital into the private provision of residential and foster care for looked after children is hardly news. It’s been covered regularly over the last couple of years but yesterday’s Times revealed the full extent of what many businesspeople have known for a while now, that the sector offers rich pickings without having to wait an undue length of time for a return.

One of Britain’s biggest independent fostering providers, the National Fostering Agency (NFA) was bought by one such company in 2006 and sold to another for £130m, tripling the original

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Concern over use of drugs to restrain disabled

on Thu, 06/28/2012 - 10:29

Chemical restraint is the most commonly used intervention in disability services

More than 1800 people with disabilities were drugged to control their behaviour last year, in what advocacy groups say is a widespread and worrying practice.

The use of "chemical-restraint'' is by far the most commonly used intervention in Victorian disability services, according to a report by the Office of the Senior Practitioner, Victoria, to be released this week ( Report Link).
"Chemical-restraint'' refers to the use of medications when the primary purpose is to control a person's behaviour, and excludes

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Happy 19th Birthday Samantha and Congratulations Velvet

on Wed, 06/06/2012 - 21:46

Local advocate wins service award

Edmonton mayor recognizes Velvet Martin's tireless advocacy for the vulnerable

By: Scott Hayes

St. Albert disabled persons advocate Velvet Martin recently earned an award usually reserved just for Edmontonians.
Martin spent years pushing for a new law to improve the rights of children with disabilities and their families after her 13-year-old daughter Samantha died while in a foster home. Martin’s efforts earned her an award for outstanding service from Edmonton Mayor Stephen Mandel during

his annual mayor’s awards ceremony recently.
Martin said the honour