The short guide to working with children and young people
This short guide, published in April , aims to give homeless young people plain-language advice about their rights and point them to the best sources of local help. Protocols should go some way to ensuring that young people are not passed pillar to post between the two departments, with the potential consequence that they fall through the gap and remain homeless or in unsuitable and accommodation.
The review came as a response to anecdotal evidence from Law Centre staff, working with young people, who reported that despite clear case law and statutory guidance many homeless 16 and 17 year olds were not being correctly assessed, accommodated and provided with the support they need and are entitled to from the Local Authority.
The report looked at key questions to address whether the protocols were accurately reflecting statutory guidance and case law.
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