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Show details for Blasphemy (Abolition of Offences and Related Matters) Bill 2019 [Seanad]Blasphemy (Abolition of Offences and Related Matters) Bill 2019 [Seanad]
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12/11/2013 [Oral Answers]...her response to the taking into care, and subsequent early return to their families, of children from Roma families in Dublin and Athlone; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No(s) 10 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-820 Book-3 Page [268]
12/11/2013 [Questions] I wish to ask the Minister for an update on the recent disturbing cases where children from Roma families in Dublin and Athlone were taken into care. Has the Minister received the HSE report or the report of the Garda Commissioner? Is she in a position to confirm that the Ombudsman for...Vol-820 Book-3 Page [268]
12/11/2013 [Questions] The Deputy refers to the two cases of Roma children who, following Garda action, were removed under section 12 of the Child Care Act 1991 and provided with foster care immediately while investigations took place. This has clearly been an extremely distressing situation for the families ...Vol-820 Book-3 Page [268]
12/11/2013 [Questions] The remainder of the Minister's reply will appear in the official report.[An Leas-Cheann Comhairle]Vol-820 Book-3 Page [269]
12/11/2013 [Questions] If I allow the Minister to run over time we will not reach the other questions.[An Leas-Cheann Comhairle]Vol-820 Book-3 Page [269]
12/11/2013 [Questions] In respecting the independent investigations of the Ombudsman for Children, it would be wrong of me to make further comment.
Additional information not give on the floor of the House
I look forward to the conclusion of the process and to addressing the independent findings of the Omb...
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12/11/2013 [Questions] What happened in these cases is a far cry from what we expect from our State child care and support services. Everybody is clearly of this view. Under the Child Care Act 1991 the Garda Síochána must, as referred to by the Minister, have reasonable grounds to believe there is an immedia...Vol-820 Book-3 Page [269]
12/11/2013 [Questions] We have asked for an independent report. It would not be appropriate to be deciding on the outcome or to make any references to what actually happened until such time as that report has been received. Many people are jumping to conclusions. I do not know how those conclusions will be ...Vol-820 Book-3 Page [269]
12/11/2013 [Questions] The Ombudsman has the terms of reference as far as the inquiry into the HSE is concerned and she can clearly get on with that element of the report. That is covered by the Ombudsman for Children Act 2002, so there should be no delay with it. I am merely quoting from the Minister for Ju...Vol-820 Book-3 Page [270]
01/04/2014 [Oral Answers]...his response to the criticisms of Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services in the recent report by the Ombudsman for Children entitled A Meta-Analysis of Repetitive Root Cause Issues Regarding the Provision of Services for Children in Care; and if he will make a statement on the ...Vol-836 Book-3 Page [197]
01/04/2014 [Questions] The object of this question is to elicit a response from the Minister to the several criticisms and observations made by the Ombudsman for Children in a recent report, A Meta-Analysis of Repetitive Root Cause Issues Regarding the Provision of Services for Children in Care. Will the Mini...Vol-836 Book-3 Page [197]
01/04/2014 [Questions] I note the report referred to by the Deputy which was published recently by the Office of the Ombudsman for Children. A significant part of the report refers to services provided by the Child and Family Agency, and my colleague, the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, has recently ...Vol-836 Book-3 Page [197]
01/04/2014 [Questions] I thank the Minister for his response. Can he confirm that there will no longer be a situation where a child in care has a social worker in one area while relying on child adolescent mental health services in another area? Will the child be guaranteed to have a seamless access to a ser...Vol-836 Book-3 Page [198]
01/04/2014 [Questions] I anticipate that the response to the last issue will come fairly soon. I would like to apologise; this is the area of the Minister of State, Deputy Lynch, who is unavailable to us today due to a family bereavement. I am here in her stead. I remember that when I was on the benches acr...Vol-836 Book-3 Page [198]
01/04/2014 [Questions] What actions will the Minister be taking with respect to the report, specifically on the issue of CAMHS? Will those who have the responsibility for children be committed to playing a full-time role in collaborating with the new agencies, especially in respect of the parenting of childr...Vol-836 Book-3 Page [198]
01/04/2014 [Questions] We all share the Deputy's concerns that children might fall through the cracks and we must guard against that when we have so many people involved in their care and well being. In September 2012, access protocols for CAMHS services were approved by the HSE, with effect from 1 January 20...Vol-836 Book-3 Page [198]
19/11/2014 [Oral Answers]...the numbers and the cost to the State due to children being put in foster care because of their mothers being homeless; if his attention has been drawn to the number of women in crisis pregnancies facing homelessness who will have to put their babies in foster care; and if he will m...Vol-858 Book-2 Page [350]
19/11/2014 [Questions] My question relates to the numbers of children in foster care because their mothers are homeless. It also relates to those women in crisis pregnancies who are facing homelessness and the fact that they may have to put their babies into foster care.[O'Sullivan, Maureen]Vol-858 Book-2 Page [350]
19/11/2014 [Questions] I thank the Deputy for her question. The role of Tusla is to provide alternative care for a child in cases where there is a need to do so because of concerns in respect of the safety and welfare of the child.
In cases where the social work team has assessed that housing or accommodati...
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19/11/2014 [Questions] The Minister has given me the theory but the reality is different. Part of the reality is that there is a serious housing crisis, particularly in Dublin, and that the local authorities do not have the housing that is needed.
My question came from the fact that I am involved with a cou...
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19/11/2014 [Questions] The information the Deputy has given me is something that we will further investigate. I would be astonished in this day and age that any woman would have to give up a baby simply because she has no accommodation. There are several agencies in the country which will provide accommodati...Vol-858 Book-2 Page [351]
19/11/2014 [Questions] I used the word "astonished". Equally, I would be horrified if that were the case.[Reilly, James]Vol-858 Book-2 Page [352]
12/02/2014 [Oral Answers]...the extent to which she remains satisfied regarding safety, wellbeing and welfare of children in State institutions or otherwise under State care; the extent to which monitoring and reporting services remains available; the degree to which reports are followed up; and if she will ma...Vol-830 Book-2 Page [479]
12/02/2014 [Oral Answers]...the extent to which she is satisfied regarding the safety and wellbeing of children in the care of the State in State institutions or otherwise; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No(s) 197 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-830 Book-2 Page [479]
12/02/2014 [Questions] These questions relate to the need for the proper structures to be in place to ensure that children will receive adequate protection. Such structures are necessary, particularly in light of past events. Will the Minister indicate the provisions that are in place to ensure that children...Vol-830 Book-2 Page [479]
12/02/2014 [Questions] I propose to take Questions Nos. 9 and 197 together.
Under the Child Care Act 1991 and the Child and Family Agency Act 2013, the newly established Child and Family Agency has a statutory duty to promote the welfare of children who are not receiving adequate care and protection. The pl...
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12/02/2014 [Questions] I thank the Minister for her comprehensive reply. To what extent has the definition of the word "care" been examined? For example, does a duty of care constitute someone being in the care of the State? I refer here to people in schools, other State institutions and public or private r...Vol-830 Book-2 Page [480]
12/02/2014 [Questions] Yes. The definition is very broad and once a child is in care of the State, it is effectively acting in loco parentis. Essentially, what is involved here is promoting the safety, well-being and welfare of children. That is very clearly spelled out in the legislation and it guides the ...Vol-830 Book-2 Page [480]
08/05/2013 [Topical Issues] Ba mhaith liom mo bhuíochas a ghabháil leis an gCeann Comhairle as ucht seans a thabhairt dom an ábhar seo a chur faoi bhráid an Aire. I am delighted that the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, Deputy Frances Fitzgerald, is here to discuss this issue. I express my disappoint...Vol-802 Book-2 Page [276]
08/05/2013 [Topical Issues] I have just received it. I welcome the research conducted in the report, Education of Children in Care in Ireland: An Exploratory Study, commissioned by the Ombudsman for Children, Ms Emily Logan. The educational outcomes of all children are matters for my colleague, the Minister ...Vol-802 Book-2 Page [277]
08/05/2013 [Topical Issues] I appreciate the action the Minister has taken in this regard. If the Minister is appalled and the Ombudsman for Children is shocked at the lack of data, then I am comforted by the fact the Minister has sought to change this. We cannot work on policy to empower the most vulnerable...Vol-802 Book-2 Page [278]
08/05/2013 [Topical Issues] The report points to the need for further performance indicators which encapsulate the points the Deputy made. In the case of children aged 16 to 18, what is their educational experience? Along with the Department of Education and Skills, I can examine the further gathering of suc...Vol-802 Book-2 Page [279]
17/12/2013 [Oral Answers]...her plans to progress legislation on aftercare provision for young persons leaving care to ensure they are provided with the type of transitional support that their individual situation requires; the date on which she expects this legislation to be published; and if she will make a ...Vol-825 Book-1 Page [16]
17/12/2013 [Questions] The Minister gave a commitment during the passage of the Child and Family Agency Bill to address the recognised need for legislation on aftercare provision for children in State care. I am anxious to know whether she is in a position to advise on what progress has been made since the pa...Vol-825 Book-1 Page [16]
17/12/2013 [Questions] Is the Deputy asking about the Child and Family Agency?[Fitzgerald, Frances]Vol-825 Book-1 Page [16]
17/12/2013 [Questions] No, I am asking about aftercare provision. During the passage of the Child and Family Agency Bill the Minister gave an assurance to the House that this was a priority to be addressed. She indicated that whatever legislation was required to facilitate its introduction at the earliest op...Vol-825 Book-1 Page [16]
17/12/2013 [Questions] My apologies. Last month I obtained Cabinet approval for the Department's policy to strengthen the legislative aftercare provisions.[Fitzgerald, Frances]Vol-825 Book-1 Page [16]
17/12/2013 [Questions] I welcome this, as I did when the Minister first signalled it when we were concluding the debate on the Child and Family Agency Bill 2013. A statutory entitlement to aftercare to ensure young people leaving State care on the attainment of their 18th birthday have at least a comparable l...Vol-825 Book-1 Page [17]
17/12/2013 [Questions] I have indicated in the House previously the great strides made in this area. For example, at the end of June this year 1,431 young people were in receipt of aftercare services. That is a considerable change in recent years when the numbers were in the hundreds. There is much greater ...Vol-825 Book-1 Page [17]
17/12/2013 [Questions] It was recognising what the Minister had said that led me to table the question in the context of the young child's care plan assisting him or her to reach his or her potential. Each plan will be unique to the individual young person's circumstances and needs. The HSE national aftercar...Vol-825 Book-1 Page [17]
17/12/2013 [Questions] As the Deputy noted, there is a national aftercare policy. The figures I have provided are the most recent available to me, but I will ask the national policy group for an update on the matter. I hope there are not too many gaps because we are trying to reach out to young people who ne...Vol-825 Book-1 Page [17]
26/09/2012 [Oral Answers]...the number of children who have sought aftercare on leaving the care system during each of the last seven years; the number of children who have received aftercare on leaving the care system during each of the last seven years; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No(...Vol-776 Book-1 Page [47]
26/09/2012 [Questions] Section 45 of the Child Care Act 1991 places a statutory duty on the HSE to form a view on whether each person leaving care has a need for assistance. If it forms such a view, it is required to provide services in accordance with the legislation and subject to resources. Under the 1995...Vol-776 Book-1 Page [47]
26/09/2012 [Questions] The Minister has responded to this question previously. I remain hugely concerned, which is why I continue to raise it with her. For her information, the last time she responded with figures up to the end of May 2012, the figure was 1,310. There needs to be a revisitation of the June ...Vol-776 Book-1 Page [48]
26/09/2012 [Questions] I appreciate the Deputy's interest in this issue and the reason for it. I share his view of the vulnerability of young people leaving care. We had the figure in 2010 of 2,000 young people leaving care. There is no question that there have been developments since, although I am not com...Vol-776 Book-1 Page [48]
26/09/2012 [Questions] Will the Minister confirm that she is proposing a legal right to aftercare? To what extent is she prepared to move in terms of the new legislative provision? There are 100 young people leaving aftercare on an annual basis - perhaps the figure is even greater than this - and the number ...Vol-776 Book-1 Page [49]
26/09/2012 [Questions] The Deputy will be interested to know that, for example, there are 614 young people between the ages of 18 and 21 years in receipt of aftercare and involved in education and training courses. There has clearly been a change in terms of the awareness of the needs of this group. Of cours...Vol-776 Book-1 Page [49]
26/09/2012 [Oral Answers]...the number of children currently receiving special care in overseas facilities; the facilities in which they are placed; the cost of providing treatment in each of these facilities; her plans to ensure that children with special care needs receive this care within this State. [Q. No...Vol-776 Book-1 Page [54]
26/09/2012 [Questions] Under the Child Care Act 1991, the Health Service Executive has a duty to promote the welfare of children who are not receiving adequate care or protection. The policy of the HSE is to place children in care settings, preferably in foster care, as close as possible to their home and com...Vol-776 Book-1 Page [54]
26/09/2012 [Questions] I thank the Minister for her reply. One of the elements in my question was to inquire about her plans to ensure that children with special care needs receive care within the State. On the previous occasion we addressed the issue the Minister said on the record - she laid emphasis on it...Vol-776 Book-1 Page [55]
26/09/2012 [Questions] We accept that on occasion we must send children abroad for highly specialised care in medically complex cases, for example to Great Ormond Street Hospital, because it and others are global centres of excellence. Other countries also send children there. We must accept that for childre...Vol-776 Book-1 Page [55]
26/09/2012 [Questions] I absolutely concur with the Minister's reference to Great Ormond Street as being a centre of excellence on a global stage but this is not what we are talking about here. Rather we are talking about particular care settings in regard to very complex cases. It is not just about specific...Vol-776 Book-1 Page [56]
26/09/2012 [Questions] I refer to the Deputy's point on care. What these young people are receiving is not simply residential care. The reason I compared it to Great Ormond Street is that they are getting the kind of treatments and care and psychological interventions that are simply not available to them he...Vol-776 Book-1 Page [56]
09/05/2013 [Written Answers]...the number of children in residential general care who now have a written care plan; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No(s) 10 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-802 Book-3 Page [590]
27/03/2014 [Written Answers]...the current number of children in high support units and in special care units with a breakdown based on the number of children accommodated in each unit; the way she could state that no child was waiting for a special care place as of her reply to Parliamentary Question No. 13 o...Vol-836 Book-1 Page [24]
09/05/2013 [Written Answers]...the number of children in foster care general who now have a written care plan; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No(s) 20 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-802 Book-3 Page [590]
27/03/2014 [Written Answers] Children who are unable to live with their parent(s) for their welfare and protection are taken into the care of the Child and Family Agency and placed mainly in foster care. Less than 1% of children in care with specialised needs are placed in a High Support or Special Care Unit. ...Vol-836 Book-1 Page [24]
09/05/2013 [Written Answers] I propose to take Questions Nos. 10 and 20 together.
The HSE compiles monthly performance reports which include statistics in relation to children in care. These reports are published on the HSE website. The latest published report shows that there were 323 children in general re...
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12/02/2014 [Written Answers]...her views on the recently published Health Information and Quality Authority report on Crannóg Nua at Portrane; the actions she expects will follow on its content and recommendations; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No(s) 12 to Minister for Children and Youth ...Vol-830 Book-2 Page [617]
12/02/2014 [Written Answers]...the actions that will be taken in 2014 to reduce waiting times for children to obtain places in special care units in circumstances where they have fulfilled the criteria for admission to special care. [Q. No(s) 13 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-830 Book-2 Page [617]
18/12/2012 [Written Answers]...the waiting time that applied in the cases of the three young persons who were approved and are awaiting a special care placement and the one young person approved and awaiting a high support placement on 23 October 2012; if those young persons had received their placements on 23...Vol-787 Book-3 Page [176]
12/02/2014 [Written Answers] I propose to take Questions Nos. 12 and 13 together.
Children who are unable to live with their parent/s for their welfare and protection are taken into the care of the Child and Family Agency and placed mainly in foster care. For approximately 5% of all children in care, reside...
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18/12/2012 [Written Answers] There are three designated special care units in the country where children are detained on order of the high court for their own safety. There is a unit in Ballydowd in Dublin, Gleann Álainn in Cork and Coovagh House in Limerick. There are two National High Support Units in Ire...Vol-787 Book-3 Page [176]
16/04/2013 [Written Answers]...if she will outline the progress made during the first three months of 2013 in making increased provision for children in special care and high support units under the Health Service Executive's National High Support and Special Care Implementation Plan 2011 - 2014, particularly ...Vol-799 Book-1 Page [108]
16/04/2013 [Written Answers] National high support units offer a residential service to children and young people who are in need of specialised targeted intervention. Special care units provide secure residential services to children and young people who are in need of specialised targeted intervention. I a...Vol-799 Book-1 Page [108]
01/04/2014 [Written Answers]...his response to the criticisms of the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services in the recent report by the Ombudsman for Children entitled a meta-analysis of repetitive root cause issues regarding the provision of services for children in care; and if he will make a statement ...Vol-836 Book-3 Page [306]
01/04/2014 [Written Answers] I note the report referred to by the Deputy which was published recently by the Office of the Ombudsman for Children. A significant part of the report refers to services provided by the Child and Family Agency, and my colleague the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs has recen...Vol-836 Book-3 Page [306]
19/09/2013 [Written Answers]...the extent of the reduction in working hours of child care staff in residential care homes due to cuts in funding. [Q. No(s) 19 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-814 Book-1 Page [114]
18/12/2012 [Written Answers]...the institutions in which children with special care needs have been placed overseas by the Health Service Executive; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No(s) 81 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-787 Book-3 Page [184]
19/09/2013 [Written Answers] When a child cannot live with his or her parents either on a short or long-term basis, the HSE will, in the first instance, seek a suitable relative or person known to the child to provide relative care. Where there is no relative or person known to the child to provide relative ca...Vol-814 Book-1 Page [114]
18/12/2012 [Written Answers] Under the Child Care Act, 1991, the Health Service Executive has a duty to promote the welfare of children who are not receiving adequate care or protection. The policy of the HSE is to place children in care settings, preferably in foster care, as close as possible to their home a...Vol-787 Book-3 Page [184]
12/11/2013 [Written Answers]...the timeline for the closure of children’s high support units in the State; if capacity at special care units will be further increased to address the shortage of specialised child residential services that will exist with the closure of such units; and the supports that will be ...Vol-820 Book-3 Page [380]
12/11/2013 [Written Answers] Children who are unable to live with their parent/s for their welfare and protection are taken into the care of the HSE Child and Family Services and placed mainly in foster care. For a small number of children, residential care is considered the most suitable option to meet their...Vol-820 Book-3 Page [381]
19/09/2013 [Written Answers]...the total number of children currently in care; the duration of such care; the extent to which adequate resources and facilities are available to and through the carers; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No(s) 22 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-814 Book-1 Page [116]
19/09/2013 [Written Answers] The HSE compiles monthly performance reports which include statistics in relation to children in care. These reports are published on the HSE website. The latest published report shows that in May 2013 there were 6,441 children in care, of which 4,065 (63.1%) were in general foster...Vol-814 Book-1 Page [116]
16/04/2013 [Written Answers]...if all children in care now have a care plan; if not, the number of the total who do not; the reason for same; if all children in care now have a social worker; if not, the number of the total who do not; the reason for same; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No...Vol-799 Book-1 Page [112]
16/04/2013 [Written Answers] The HSE compiles monthly performance reports which include statistics in relation to children in care. These reports are published on the HSE website. The latest published report shows that there were 6,353 children in the care of the HSE in January 2013. 87.3% (5,549) of these ch...Vol-799 Book-1 Page [112]
12/11/2013 [Written Answers]...if she intends to review guidelines in relation to the Health Service Executive's use of Section 12 of the Children's Act. [Q. No(s) 30 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-820 Book-3 Page [382]
12/11/2013 [Written Answers] Section 12 of the Child Care Act 1991 provides for the removal of a child to a place of safety by An Garda Síochána in situations where there is immediate and serious risk. It is a power given to the Gardai and is not operated by the HSE per se. However, where Section 12 is invok...Vol-820 Book-3 Page [383]
19/09/2013 [Written Answers]...the up-to-date figure for children in care with an allocated social worker; the number in care who still do not have an allocated social worker and the reason; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No(s) 27 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-814 Book-1 Page [118]
04/07/2013 [Written Answers]...the number of children in care who now have an allocated social worker; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No(s) 11 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-809 Book-4 Page [967]
25/10/2012 [Written Answers]...the extent of aftercare provided; the length of same to young persons who have been resident in high support and special care unit residential places up to their eighteenth birthday; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No(s) 36 to Minister for Children and Youth A...Vol-780 Book-3 Page [898]
19/09/2013 [Written Answers] The HSE compiles monthly performance reports which include statistics in relation to children in care. These reports are published on the HSE website. The latest published report shows that there were 6,441 children in the care of the HSE in May 2013, of which 5,859 children had an...Vol-814 Book-1 Page [118]
04/07/2013 [Written Answers] The HSE compiles monthly performance reports which include statistics in relation to children in care. These reports are published on the HSE website. The latest published report shows that there were 6,421 children in the care of the HSE in April 2013, of which 5,932 children had ...Vol-809 Book-4 Page [967]
25/10/2012 [Written Answers] The national HSE aftercare policy 2012 states that all young people are assessed for an aftercare service from 16 years onwards. The length of time an aftercare service is provided is dependent upon the assessed needs of the young person, but is generally provided for up to the ag...Vol-780 Book-3 Page [898]
17/12/2013 [Written Answers]...the actions she will take in tandem with the newly established Child and Family Agency to reduce and ultimately eliminate the number of Irish children placed in residential care outside of Ireland who are detained under special care orders and therefore provide the necessary care...Vol-825 Book-1 Page [113]
17/12/2013 [Written Answers] The HSE Children and Family services provides a comprehensive range of placements for over 6,400 children in care within residential and family based placements. Placements are planned and provided on the basis of the individual needs of each child. Where possible children are pl...Vol-825 Book-1 Page [113]
09/05/2013 [Written Answers]...the steps she is taking to help reverse the increase of deaths by suicide of children in care, children known to the Health Service Executive’s child welfare and protection service and young persons in aftercare in 2012 or the 2011 number of cases notified to the National Review ...Vol-802 Book-3 Page [598]
13/02/2013 [Written Answers]...the capacity and numbers in residence in each of the three special care units and the two high support units; the numbers currently awaiting placement in each of these; her plans for additional capacity at any of the current five locations or any other or new location; and if she...Vol-792 Book-2 Page [562]
09/05/2013 [Written Answers] The figures for referrals to the National Review Panel in 2011 and 2012 are as set out in the tables below. Cases referred to the Panel include:
- All deaths of children in care, including deaths by natural causes
- All deaths of children known to HSE child protection system
- Deat...
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13/02/2013 [Written Answers] Special Care involves the detention of a child for his or her own welfare and protection in a Special Care Unit with on site educational and therapeutic supports. A Special Care Unit provides secure residential service to children and young people who are in need of specialised ta...Vol-792 Book-2 Page [562]
19/09/2013 [Written Answers]...if she will provide an updated report on the Health Service Executive's performance under the National High Support and Special Care Implementation Plan 2011-2014, specifically in terms of providing additional places for children requiring high support care or special care; if sh...Vol-814 Book-1 Page [123]
19/09/2013 [Written Answers] The HSE has advised me that they are committed to designing and developing a comprehensive continuum of services to meet the divergent and complex needs of all children in care.
In 2012, the HSE initiated an in-depth review of all residential care services for children and young ...
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09/05/2013 [Written Answers]...the number of children in care who now have an allocated social worker; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No(s) 31 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-802 Book-3 Page [604]
09/05/2013 [Written Answers] The HSE compiles monthly performance reports which include statistics in relation to children in care. These reports are published on the HSE website. The latest published report shows that there were 6,397 children in the care of the HSE in February 2013, of which 5,837 (91.2%) c...Vol-802 Book-3 Page [604]
04/07/2013 [Written Answers]...her plans to allocate funding for increased provision of specialised services for children with severe behavioural difficulties here, such as those with very severe behavioural disorders, many of whom continue to be placed in specialist facilities outside Ireland; and if she will...Vol-809 Book-4 Page [992]
04/07/2013 [Written Answers] A very small minority of children under 18 years of age have highly specialised needs that require specialised interventions in Special Care Units (0.4% of children in care).
Special Care involves the detention of a child for his or her own welfare and protection in a Special Ca...
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04/12/2013 [Written Answers]...the nationalities of children in care on a county basis for the past 10 years. [Q. No(s) 145 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-823 Book-3 Page [699]
04/12/2013 [Written Answers] The HSE compiles monthly performance reports which include statistics in relation to children in care. These reports are published on the HSE website. The latest published report shows that there were 6,465 children in the care of the HSE in September 2013. The HSE has advised me ...Vol-823 Book-3 Page [699]
26/09/2012 [Written Answers]...her plans to introduce a statutory right to aftercare; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No(s) 40 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-776 Book-1 Page [167]
26/09/2012 [Written Answers] As I outlined in my response to an earlier question regarding aftercare, the HSE National Aftercare Service is underpinned by a National Policy and Procedures Document which has been developed in cooperation with the key stakeholders, including the voluntary sector agencies involve...Vol-776 Book-1 Page [167]
09/10/2014 [Written Answers]...the number of children currently in State care in the north Wexford area; the way this figure compares to the national average; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No(s) 103 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-853 Book-3 Page [732]
09/10/2014 [Written Answers]...the average duration children in the north Wexford area spend in State care; the way this duration compares to the national average; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No(s) 104 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-853 Book-3 Page [732]
09/10/2014 [Written Answers] I propose to take Questions Nos. 103 and 104 together.
I have been advised by Tusla, the Child and Family Agency (the Agency), that the information requested is not currently compiled in the form requested by the Deputy. The Agency has indicated that statistics are currently com...
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07/02/2013 [Written Answers]...if he will provide a full breakdown of the number of children placed in institutions outside of Ireland under a special care order granted by the High Court during 2012 with details of the various locations and various countries in which the children were placed; the duration of ...Vol-791 Book-3 Page [984]
07/02/2013 [Written Answers] Under the Child Care Act, 1991, the Health Service Executive has a duty to promote the welfare of children who are not receiving adequate care or protection. The policy of the HSE is to place children in care settings, preferably in foster care, as close as possible to their home a...Vol-791 Book-3 Page [984]
25/06/2014 [Written Answers]...if he will roll out a national advocacy service for parents of children in care similar to the service provided by Clarecare in Counties Clare, Limerick and North Tipperary; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No(s) 210 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-845 Book-2 Page [658]
25/06/2014 [Written Answers] If a child is in need of care and protection and is unlikely to receive it at home, the Child and Family Agency has a duty to ensure they receive appropriate care. In cases where people are unable to cope due to illness or other serious problems they may agree to their children be...Vol-845 Book-2 Page [658]
25/11/2014 [Written Answers]...the steps regarding special care units for children; if an application is refused if there is a right to appeal; the criteria for this right to appeal; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No(s) 297 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-859 Book-1 Page [214]
25/11/2014 [Written Answers]...the number of children who are in special care units here; the cost per annum for these children; if he will provide a breakdown by county on the number of children in care; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No(s) 298 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-859 Book-1 Page [215]
25/11/2014 [Written Answers] I propose to take Questions Nos. 297 and 298 together.
Special care involves the detention of a child for his or her own welfare and protection in a special care unit (SCU) on order of the High Court. SCU’s differ from ordinary residential care in that the Units offer higher sta...
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19/12/2012 [Written Answers]...since Ballydowd Special Care Unit opened, the number of children that have been placed there on an annual basis with a breakdown of that number on a yearly basis; the length of time spent by each child placed in Ballydowd Special Care Unit; the number of children that have placed...Vol-787 Book-4 Page [785]
19/12/2012 [Written Answers]...since Gleann Alainn Special Care Unit opened, the number of children that have been placed there on an annual basis with a breakdown of that number on a yearly basis; the length of time spent by each child placed in Gleann Alainn Special Care Unit; and the number of children that...Vol-787 Book-4 Page [785]
19/12/2012 [Written Answers]...since Coovagh House Special Care Unit opened, the number of children that have been placed there on an annual basis with a breakdown of that number on a yearly basis ; the length of time spent by each child placed in Coovagh House Special Care Unit; and the number of children tha...Vol-787 Book-4 Page [785]
19/12/2012 [Written Answers] I propose to take Questions Nos. 163 to 165, inclusive, together.
As this is a service issue, I have asked the Health Service Executive to provide me with the information sought. I will respond to the Deputy on receipt of this information.
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12/12/2012 [Written Answers]...the number of applications to place a child in special care that have been brought to the National Special Care Admissions and Discharge Committee; the number of such applications which resulted in an admission to a special care unit and the number of applications that were turne...Vol-786 Book-2 Page [645]
12/12/2012 [Written Answers] My Department receives reports on a quarterly basis from the National Special Care Admissions and Discharge Committee. The HSE has advised me that between January and 30th September of this year, 49 applications to place a young person in special care were made. Of this number, 2...Vol-786 Book-2 Page [646]
11/11/2014 [Written Answers]...her views that the Gardaí have adequate resources to locate the large numbers of children that have disappeared from State care; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No(s) 292 to Minister for Justice and Equality ]Vol-857 Book-3 Page [487]
11/11/2014 [Written Answers] As the Deputy will be aware, one of the primary functions of the Garda Commissioner under the Garda Síochána Acts, is to direct and control An Garda Síochána. In this regard, the Garda Commissioner is responsible for the distribution of all resources, including fully sworn members...Vol-857 Book-3 Page [487]
16/10/2014 [Written Answers]...further to Parliamentary Question Nos. 130 and 104 of 9 October 2014, the reason the number of children taken into care in counties Wexford and Waterford area is significantly higher than the national average; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No(s) 139 to Minist...Vol-854 Page [766]
16/10/2014 [Written Answers] I have requested the information from the Child and Family Agency and I will revert to the Deputy when this information is to hand.Vol-854 Page [766]
11/11/2014 [Written Answers]...her views in relation to the numbers of children who have disappeared from State care over the past five years; the numbers who were subsequently found, and the age profile of same; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No(s) 322 to Minister for Children and Youth Af...Vol-857 Book-3 Page [500]
11/11/2014 [Written Answers] As the Deputy may be aware, there is a joint protocol in place between the Child and Family Agency, and An Garda Síochána, referred to as Children Missing From Care - A Joint Protocol between An Garda Síochána and the Health Service Executive Children and Family Service, which incl...Vol-857 Book-3 Page [500]
30/09/2014 [Written Answers]...if he will provide a full breakdown of the number of children placed in institutions outside of Ireland under a special care order granted by the High Court during 2013 and to date in 2014 with details of the various locations and countries in which the children were placed; the ...Vol-852 Book-1 Page [265]
30/09/2014 [Written Answers] Under the Child Care Act, 1991 and the Child and Family Agency Act 2013, the Child and Family Agency has a duty to promote the welfare of children who are not receiving adequate care or protection. The policy of the Agency is to place children in care settings, preferably in foster...Vol-852 Book-1 Page [265]
18/11/2014 [Written Answers]...the status of the Crannog Nua, Portrane, County Dublin unit in respect of its conversion from a high dependance unit to a special care unit; if it will be opened by June 2015; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No(s) 326 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ...Vol-858 Book-1 Page [227]
18/11/2014 [Written Answers] I have requested the information from the Child and Family Agency and I will revert to the Deputy when this information is to hand.Vol-858 Book-1 Page [227]
18/11/2014 [Written Answers]...further to Parliamentary Question No. 319 of 30 September 2014, if the report which he undertook to supply is now to hand. [Q. No(s) 341 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-858 Book-1 Page [234]
18/11/2014 [Written Answers] I have requested the information from the Child and Family Agency and I will revert to the Deputy when this information is to hand.Vol-858 Book-1 Page [234]
14/02/2013 [Written Answers]...the number of children from County Meath in the care of the State; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No(s) 307 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-792 Book-3 Page [977]
14/02/2013 [Written Answers] My Department has sought the information requested by the Deputy from the HSE and I will provide the Deputy with the information as soon as it becomes available.Vol-792 Book-3 Page [977]
07/11/2013 [Written Answers]...the basis on which the children of a person (details supplied) Dublin 15 have been taken into care; the extent to which they received information in this regard at the meeting which took place on 29 October last; if the grounds for keeping the children in care have been adequatel...Vol-820 Book-1 Page [192]
07/11/2013 [Written Answers] I have requested the information from the HSE and I will revert to the Deputy when this information is to hand.Vol-820 Book-1 Page [192]
11/12/2013 [Written Answers]...the number of children in care who have had more than three care placements in a year for the years 2011, 2012 and to date in 2013. [Q. No(s) 159 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-824 Book-2 Page [563]
11/12/2013 [Written Answers]...the number of children in care under 13 years of age who are currently placed in residential units. [Q. No(s) 160 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-824 Book-2 Page [563]
11/12/2013 [Written Answers]...the number of children in care who have an allocated social worker broken down on the basis of the care status of the child, that is, if the child is placed in foster care, residential care or special care. [Q. No(s) 161 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-824 Book-2 Page [563]
19/09/2013 [Written Answers]...the number of reports received in respect of the wellbeing of children in care deemed to be at risk for whatever reason; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No(s) 167 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-814 Book-1 Page [184]
11/12/2013 [Written Answers]...the number of children currently in care of the State who have a formal care plan in place. [Q. No(s) 162 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-824 Book-2 Page [564]
19/09/2013 [Written Answers]...the extent to which she is satisfied regarding the safety and security of children at risk in State institutions; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No(s) 168 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-814 Book-1 Page [184]
11/12/2013 [Written Answers] I propose to take Questions Nos. 159 to 162, inclusive, together.
The HSE compiles monthly performance reports which include statistics in relation to children in care. These reports are published on the HSE website. The latest figures published show that in September 2013:
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19/09/2013 [Written Answers]...the extent to which children have been reported at risk following referral to State care, institutionally or otherwise; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No(s) 169 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-814 Book-1 Page [184]
19/09/2013 [Written Answers] I propose to take Questions Nos. 167 to 169,inclusive, together.
The HSE compiles performance reports which include statistics in relation to referrals of child abuse and of child welfare concerns. These reports are published on the HSE website. The reports show that in 2012, t...
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11/10/2012 [Written Answers]...her plans, in conjunction with the Health Service Executive, for new special care beds for vulnerable teenagers; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No(s) 178 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-778 Book-2 Page [429]
11/10/2012 [Written Answers] Under the Child Care Act, 1991, the Health Service Executive has a duty to promote the welfare of children who are not receiving adequate care or protection. The policy of the HSE is to place children in care settings, preferably in foster care, as close as possible to their home a...Vol-778 Book-2 Page [429]
05/12/2013 [Written Answers]...if a person (details supplied) in Dublin 15 has been informed by the authorities of the reason their children have been placed in care; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No(s) 212 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-823 Book-4 Page [922]
05/12/2013 [Written Answers] The HSE advised that as this case is subject to legal proceedings and the in camera rule, it is not appropriate to comment any further on the specific aspects of the case. The HSE will work closely with the family, ensuring that all views are considered in order to achieve the best...Vol-823 Book-4 Page [922]
20/06/2013 [Written Answers]...the position regarding mother-to-be from England and Wales who are travelling here to give birth in maternity hospitals here in order that their newborn babies will not be taken into care in the UK in view of the fact that children taken into care in the UK can be placed for adop...Vol-807 Book-4 Page [1016]
20/06/2013 [Written Answers] I have been advised by the HSE that they do not collate information on the nationality of parents of children in care.
Section 3 (1) of the Child Care Act 1991 states that "it shall be the function of every health board (HSE) to promote the welfare of children in its area who are n...
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20/06/2013 [Written Answers]...the position regarding children of mothers from England and Wales who would be taken into care in England and Wales if they return to England and Wales, who are now in the care of the Health Service Executive; the number of such children in HSE care for the years 2011, 2012 and t...Vol-807 Book-4 Page [1016]
20/06/2013 [Written Answers] I have requested the information from the HSE and I will revert to the Deputy when this information is to hand.Vol-807 Book-4 Page [1016]
15/11/2012 [Oral Answers]...the number of children in foster care on a county basis; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No(s) 212 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-783 Book-1 Page [230]
15/11/2012 [Written Questions Nos. 206-216] I have been advised by the HSE that there were a total of 5,739 children in Foster Care at end of August 2012. Of these 3,936 were in general foster care and 1,803 were in relative foster care. The following is a breakdown of this information by HSE area:

HSE Dubli...
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21/11/2013 [Written Answers]...the position regarding the children of persons (details supplied) in Dublin 15 whose children are in care; the length of time the children are in care; the number of visits to each of the children facilitated by the authorities in the interim; the number of occasions on which vis...Vol-822 Book-1 Page [236]
21/11/2013 [Written Answers] The HSE advised that as this case is subject to legal proceedings and the in camera rule, it is not appropriate to comment any further on the specific aspects of the case. The HSE will work closely with the family, ensuring that all views are considered in order to achieve the best...Vol-822 Book-1 Page [236]
30/05/2013 [Written Answers]...if he will provide in tabular form, by the name of institution and its location, the various institutions in which children detained under a special care order granted by the High Court have been placed in facilities outside the State since January 2013 up until the present date....Vol-805 Book-3 Page [951]
30/05/2013 [Written Answers] My Department has sought the information requested by the Deputy from the HSE and I will provide the Deputy with the information as soon as it becomes available.Vol-805 Book-3 Page [952]
04/02/2014 [Written Answers]...further to Parliamentary Question No. 568 of 12 March 2013, if the report referred to in the reply is now to hand. [Q. No(s) 598 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-829 Book-1 Page [338]
26/11/2013 [Written Answers]...the actions her Department will be taking after the recent report released by the national review panel concerning children who have died in care, aftercare or known to the Health Service Executive in 2012; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No(s) 565 to Minister...Vol-822 Book-3 Page [635]
04/02/2014 [Written Answers] I would like to apologise for the delay in answering this question. The numbers provided below relate to a specific timeframe in March and October for the purposes of providing data.

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March 2013
October 2013
No of children in private residential care
165
130
Range per placemen...
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26/11/2013 [Written Answers] I welcome the publication of the nine individual reports and two Annual Reports of the National Review Panel established under HIQA Guidance to review child deaths and serious incidents. While it is important to acknowledge that in some cases, disappointing deficiencies in practic...Vol-822 Book-3 Page [635]
04/02/2014 [Written Answers]...further to Parliamentary Question No. 1000 of 5 November 2013, if the report referred to in the reply is now to hand. [Q. No(s) 599 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-829 Book-1 Page [338]
04/02/2014 [Written Answers] The Child and Family Agency (CFA) compiles monthly performance reports which include statistics in relation to children in care. These reports are published on the CFA website. The information requested is set out as follows


2011
2012
Number of Children in the Care of the State
...
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12/11/2013 [Written Answers]...if she is satisfied that the rights of parents and children are adequately provided for and preserved in all cases where children have been put into care over the past four years; the extent to which any particular issues have been brought to her attention; and if she will make a...Vol-820 Book-3 Page [592]
12/11/2013 [Written Answers] Under the Child Care Act 1991, the HSE has a statutory duty to promote the welfare of children who are not receiving adequate care and protection. If a child is in need of care and protection and is unlikely to receive it at home, then the HSE has a duty to ensure they receive appr...Vol-820 Book-3 Page [592]
12/11/2013 [Written Answers]...the number of children taken into care on a monthly basis in each of the past four years to date; the most commonly recognised reason given and sustained; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No(s) 403 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-820 Book-3 Page [594]
12/11/2013 [Written Answers] I have been advised by the HSE that 2,372 children were taken into care in 2009, 2,105 children were taken into care in 2010 and 2,248 children were taken into care in 2011. A breakdown of this data is not available on a monthly basis.
There were 2,070 admissions to care in 2012....
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12/11/2013 [Written Answers]...the number of emergency places available to her Department for the placement of children deemed to be at risk at any particular time over the past three years to date; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No(s) 404 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-820 Book-3 Page [594]
04/07/2013 [Written Answers]...if she is satisfied regarding the availability of safe and reliable places of custodial care for children or adolescents; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No(s) 242 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-809 Book-4 Page [1085]
12/11/2013 [Written Answers] The HSE provides a range of services aimed at addressing emergency situations in the area of child welfare and protection. In the main, these emergency situations arise out of hours.
At present the Health Service Executive provides out-of-hours emergency services for children at ...
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04/07/2013 [Written Answers]...the extent to which her Department has studied the issues emerging in the Children’s Courts with a view to a determination as to the means whereby any emerging issues can be addressed in the short and medium term; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No(s) 246 to M...Vol-809 Book-4 Page [1086]
04/07/2013 [Written Answers] I propose to take Questions Nos. 242 and 246 together.
I assume that the Deputy is referring to custodial accommodation for persons under the age of 18 years, which corresponds to the definition of a child under the Children Act, 2001. At this time, custodial accommodation for u...
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12/11/2013 [Written Answers]...the extent to which she is in contact with the various voluntary statutory and support services throughout the country with a view to ensuring the identification of areas of particular need; the extent to which she is confident that such needs can be met on an on-going basis; and...Vol-820 Book-3 Page [596]
27/11/2012 [Written Answers]...the reason only 92.6 per cent of children in care had an allocated social worker at the end of September; if she expects the Health Service Executive target of 100 per cent for 2012 to be met; the action being taken to ensure that it is; and if she will make a statement on the ma...Vol-784 Book-2 Page [521]
12/11/2013 [Written Answers] My Department was set up to drive the delivery of key commitments in relation to children and young people. The Department was established in June 2011 with a mandate to put in place a unified framework of policy, legislation and provision across Government in respect of children ...Vol-820 Book-3 Page [596]
27/11/2012 [Written Answers] The information sought by the Deputy has been requested from the HSE and I will forward this to the Deputy upon receipt.Vol-784 Book-2 Page [522]
27/11/2012 [Written Answers]...the reason 90.4 per cent of children in care currently have a written care plan, as defined by Child Care Regulations 1995; if she expects the Health Service Executive target of 100 per cent for 2012 to be met; the action being taken to ensure that it is; and if she will make a s...Vol-784 Book-2 Page [522]
12/11/2013 [Written Answers]...if she is satisfied that adequate guidelines exist to ensure that best practice is strictly observed in all cases where children or teenagers are deemed to be at risk and need to be placed in care [Q. No(s) 407 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-820 Book-3 Page [597]
27/11/2012 [Written Answers] The information sought by the Deputy has been requested from the HSE and I will forward this to the Deputy upon receipt.Vol-784 Book-2 Page [522]
12/11/2013 [Written Answers] The Children First National Guidance for the Protection and Welfare of Children, which I published in 2011, provides clarity and guidance for individuals and organisations in identifying and responding appropriately to child abuse and neglect. It also sets out what organisations th...Vol-820 Book-3 Page [597]
12/11/2013 [Written Answers]...if clearly defined demarcation lines exist between her Department and the Department of Health with respect to responsibility to address the welfare and well-being of children, their placement into care in the event of such necessity; and if she will make a statement on the matte...Vol-820 Book-3 Page [599]
12/11/2013 [Written Answers] The primary legislation governing child care policy, and in particular the placement of children in care, is the Child Care Act 1991. Under this Act the HSE has a statutory duty to promote the welfare of children who are not receiving adequate care and protection. My Department ha...Vol-820 Book-3 Page [599]
12/11/2013 [Written Answers]...the extent to which the Health Service Executive reports to her Department in cases where children are deemed to be at risk and in need of placement in care; the extent of the resources available to her in such circumstances; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No...Vol-820 Book-3 Page [599]
12/11/2013 [Written Answers] Statutory responsibility for the welfare and protection of vulnerable children in Ireland is vested in the Health Service Executive (HSE) and Social Workers are persons employed and designated by the HSE to implement its powers in this regard. The principles underlying this respons...Vol-820 Book-3 Page [599]
27/11/2012 [Written Answers]...the cost of a Guardian ad Litem; who supplies Guardian ad Litem services; if Guardian ad Litem will be a feature of every case involving a child under Amendment 31; the cost to the taxpayer; if Barnardos, ISPCC and Children's Rights Alliance offer Guardian ad Litem services; and ...Vol-784 Book-2 Page [528]
27/11/2012 [Written Answers] Appointment of a guardian ad litem (GAL) in child care cases is a matter for the Courts. Under section 26 of the Child Care Act 1991, the Court may appoint a guardian ad litem to a child who is the subject of care proceedings, if it is satisfied that it is necessary in the intere...Vol-784 Book-2 Page [529]
20/11/2013 [Written Answers]...further to Parliamentary Questions Nos. 567 and 568 of 12 March 2013, in respect of private child care services, if the information which she undertook to supply is now to hand. [Q. No(s) 179 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-821 Book-3 Page [911]
20/11/2013 [Written Answers] The information sought by the Deputy will be provided to him this week.Vol-821 Book-3 Page [911]
20/11/2013 [Written Answers]...further to Parliamentary Question No. 257 of 30 May 2013, in respect of children placed in special care units outside the jurisdiction, if the information which she undertook to supply is now to hand. [Q. No(s) 180 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-821 Book-3 Page [911]
20/11/2013 [Written Answers] The HSE has advised that since January 2013, children have been detained under a special care order outside the State in St. Andrews, Northampton; Oakview Hospital, Kent; St Mary's Scotland and Boystown, Nebraska.Vol-821 Book-3 Page [911]
02/10/2012 [Written Answers]...if she has reviewed the arrangements by which private contractors supply residential units for young persons who are subject to care orders by the State as a consequence they live in such care homes between the ages of 16 and 18; if the support received by such young persons is o...Vol-776 Book-3 Page [917]
03/10/2013 [Written Answers]...further to Parliamentary Question No. 28 of 19 September 2013, if she will elaborate on the work that will be undertaken by the Irish Youth Justice Service and the Health Service Executive Child and Family Service to analyse the trend of children exiting the HSE secure residentia...Vol-815 Book-3 Page [947]
02/10/2012 [Written Answers] Section 38 of the Child Care Act 1991, provides that the Heath Service Executive may make arrangements with suitable persons to ensure the provision of an adequate number of residential services for children in its care.
All children’s residential centres are inspected to ensure ...
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03/10/2013 [Written Answers] As part of the ongoing dialogue between the Irish Youth Justice Service and the HSE (Child and Family Services), a work plan is being developed to improve the coordination between youth justice services and secure residential facilities for children, so as to ensure that the approp...Vol-815 Book-3 Page [947]
02/10/2012 [Written Answers]...her plans to improve the national standards for aftercare in respect of 18 to 23 year olds when they are moving from supported residential units to private rented accommodation; the action that is being undertaken; the Departments that are involved; and if she will make a stateme...Vol-776 Book-3 Page [918]
03/10/2013 [Written Answers]...further to Parliamentary Question No. 37 of 19 September 2013, if she will provide more information on the in-depth review being undertaken of all residential care services for children and young persons by an appointed national manager of the Health Service Executive; and when t...Vol-815 Book-3 Page [947]
02/10/2012 [Written Answers] Section 45 of the Child Care Act 1991 places a statutory duty on the HSE to form a view in relation to each person leaving care as to whether there is a "need for assistance" and if it forms such a view, to provide services in accordance with the legislation and subject to resource...Vol-776 Book-3 Page [918]
03/10/2013 [Written Answers] I have been advised by the HSE that the Children and Family Services in the HSE are implementing a major programme of reform and development in preparation for the establishment of the Child and Family Agency. Recognising the shortcomings in child care services which have been iden...Vol-815 Book-3 Page [948]
03/10/2013 [Written Answers]...further to Parliamentary Question No. 37 of 19 September 2013, the number of additional special care places which will be made available in 2014 as part of the planned increase in capacity from 17 places at present to 35 places in 2016; and if it is intended that a new special ca...Vol-815 Book-3 Page [948]
03/10/2013 [Written Answers] The HSE has advised me that it is envisaged that there will be a further nine Special Care beds made available in 2014 bringing the total capacity in 2014 to 26 Special Care beds. It is intended that this increased capacity will be achieved through the reconfiguration of a unit un...Vol-815 Book-3 Page [948]
08/10/2013 [Written Answers]...if there are advocacy groups to assist parents whose children are in care; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No(s) 508 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-816 Book-1 Page [348]
08/10/2013 [Written Answers] There are a range of groups working in communities whose general remit includes providing assistance to families whose circumstances may include having a child or children in care. These groups provide services which complement a variety of dedicated services provided or funded by ...Vol-816 Book-1 Page [348]
12/03/2013 [Written Answers]...if she will provide, in tabular form, the number of children in the care of the State placed in private residential child care centres at present; the cost of each placement; the reasons for the selection of private providers for each placement; the duration of each placement wit...Vol-796 Book-1 Page [346]
12/03/2013 [Written Answers] I have requested the information from the HSE and I will revert to the Deputy when this information is to hand.Vol-796 Book-1 Page [346]
23/10/2012 [Written Answers]...the current number of children in detention in the UK, Nebraska and any other locations outside the State, in specialised units as a result of High Court Detention Orders; if he will provide an update on the progress made in ensuring that sufficient places will be made available ...Vol-780 Book-1 Page [422]
23/10/2012 [Written Answers] Under the Child Care Act, 1991, the Health Service Executive has a duty to promote the welfare of children who are not receiving adequate care or protection. The policy of the HSE is to place children in care settings, preferably in foster care, as close as possible to their home a...Vol-780 Book-1 Page [422]
17/12/2013 [Written Answers]...further to Parliamentary Question No. 145 of 4 December 2013, if she will clarify the nationalities of children in care on a national basis for the past 10 years. [Q. No(s) 521 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-825 Book-1 Page [395]
17/12/2013 [Written Answers] Further to my response in the previous Parliamentary Question response the HSE has advised that this data is currently not collated. The introduction of the National Child Care Information System (NCCIS) will record the nationality of children when introduced.Vol-825 Book-1 Page [395]
17/12/2013 [Written Answers]...further to Parliamentary Question No. 510 of 8 October 2013, that as service level agreements are signed with independent third party providers, the reason the information sought is not available; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No(s) 522 to Minister for Child...Vol-825 Book-1 Page [395]
17/12/2013 [Written Answers] When a child cannot live with his or her parents either on a short or long-term basis, the HSE will, in the first instance, seek a suitable relative or person known to the child to provide relative care. When there is no relative or person known to the child to provide relative ca...Vol-825 Book-1 Page [395]
17/09/2014 [Written Answers]...further to Parliamentary Question No. 324 of 16 July 2014, if he will confirm that the projects referred to in the reply, of four additional beds in Gleann Alainn in County Cork, 12 additional beds in Crannog Nua, County Dublin and the upgrade and refurbishment works at Ballydowd...Vol-850 Book-1 Page [508]
17/09/2014 [Written Answers]...further to Parliamentary Question 319 of 16 July 2014, if he will provide an updated report on the refurbishment works scheduled for Crannóg Nua High Support Unit at Portrane; and if a construction team has now been appointed to carry out the refurbishment works. [Q. No(s) 744 to...Vol-850 Book-1 Page [508]
17/09/2014 [Written Answers] I propose to take Questions Nos. 731 and 744 together.
Special Care involves the detention of a child for his or her own welfare and protection in a Special Care Unit on order of the High Court. Special Care Units differ from ordinary residential care in that the Units offer hig...
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17/09/2014 [Written Answers]...the number of unaccompanied minors in the care of the State in the years 2012, 2013 and to date 2014; and the types of care settings in which unaccompanied minors were cared for during this period. [Q. No(s) 735 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-850 Book-1 Page [510]
17/09/2014 [Written Answers] I have requested the information from the Child and Family Agency and I will revert to the Deputy when this information is to hand.Vol-850 Book-1 Page [510]
11/02/2014 [Written Answers]...the language supports available to migrant children in care with poor standards of English; and the supports available to their foster carers in order that they may be able to assist them with normal activities such as helping with homework. [Q. No(s) 548 to Minister for Children...Vol-830 Book-1 Page [408]
11/02/2014 [Written Answers] Under Section 3 of the Child Care Act, 1991, the Child and Family Agency has a duty to promote the welfare of children who are not receiving adequate care and attention. Where a child is taken into the care of the State, the policy of the Agency is to place him/her in care setting...Vol-830 Book-1 Page [408]
22/01/2013 [Written Answers]...if she will ask the Health Service Executive to review a decision regarding the case of a person (details supplied) in County Dublin and leave the person in their current care placement [Q. No(s) 564 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-789 Book-1 Page [300]
22/01/2013 [Written Answers] As this is a service matter, I have asked the Health Service Executive to respond directly to the Deputy with the most up-to-date information.Vol-789 Book-1 Page [300]
23/04/2013 [Written Answers]...if she will detail the external agencies and NGOs which are funded by the Health Service Executive or her Department to provide aftercare services. [Q. No(s) 570 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-800 Book-3 Page [586]
23/04/2013 [Written Answers] The HSE has advised me it commissions a number of agencies to provide provide aftercare services to young people leaving care as follows: Focus Ireland, Crosscare, Don Bosco, Peter McVerry Trust, Smyly's Aftercare, ClareCare and Good Shepherd Services, Cork.Vol-800 Book-3 Page [586]
23/04/2013 [Written Answers]...the number of young people who left care in 2012; and the number of those who received aftercare support. [Q. No(s) 572 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-800 Book-3 Page [586]
23/04/2013 [Written Answers] At the end of December 2012, 1,457 young people were in receipt of an aftercare service. The HSE has indicated that 412 children in care turned 18 years of age in 2012. The needs of all of these young people was considered and 300 young people were assessed as needing one or a co...Vol-800 Book-3 Page [586]
23/04/2013 [Written Answers]...the number of young people in receipt of aftercare services. [Q. No(s) 573 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-800 Book-3 Page [587]
23/04/2013 [Written Answers] The HSE has indicated that as at the 31st December 2013, the number of young people in receipt of aftercare service is 1457.Vol-800 Book-3 Page [587]
27/03/2013 [Written Answers]...the number of occasions on which the Health Service Executive has offered to take children in direct provision into care, or partial care, in cases of severe malnourishment or other illness. [Q. No(s) 274 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-798 Book-1 Page [271]
27/03/2013 [Written Answers] As this is a service matter, I have asked the Health Service Executive to respond directly to the Deputy with the most up-to-date information.Vol-798 Book-1 Page [271]
13/05/2014 [Written Answers]...since 2008, the number of Irish children that have been/are in care in other countries for whatever reason be it for psychological/medical purposes; the amount this is costing the State; and the reason these children cannot be cared for here. [Q. No(s) 698 to Minister for Childre...Vol-841 Page [370]
13/05/2014 [Written Answers] I have requested the information from the Child and Family Agency and I will revert to the Deputy when this information is to hand.Vol-841 Page [370]
28/05/2013 [Written Answers]...the average cost to the State of keeping a teenager in St Andrews Centre in Northampton, Britain, per day and per annum; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No(s) 604 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-805 Book-1 Page [397]
28/05/2013 [Written Answers] Under the Child Care Act, 1991, the Health Service Executive has a duty to promote the welfare of children who are not receiving adequate care or protection. The policy of the HSE is to place children in care settings, preferably in foster care, as close as possible to their home a...Vol-805 Book-1 Page [397]
28/05/2013 [Written Answers]...the average cost to the State of keeping a teenager in Ballydowd Special Care Unit, County Dublin, per day and per annum; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No(s) 605 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-805 Book-1 Page [398]
28/05/2013 [Written Answers] Special Care involves the detention of a child for his or her own welfare and protection in a Special Care Unit with on site educational and therapeutic supports. A Special Care Unit provides secure residential service to children and young people who are in need of specialised tar...Vol-805 Book-1 Page [398]
01/07/2014 [Written Answers]...the number of children currently on the waiting list for a special care placement; and the average waiting time for such a placement. [Q. No(s) 623 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-846 Book-1 Page [373]
01/07/2014 [Written Answers]...if he will provide a breakdown, in tabular form on a monthly basis for the first six months of 2014, with the number of children in special care and high support units here. [Q. No(s) 624 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-846 Book-1 Page [373]
01/07/2014 [Written Answers]...if he will provide a breakdown, in tabular form on a monthly basis for the first six months of 2014; the number of children detained in special care units outside Ireland under orders made by the High Court. [Q. No(s) 625 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-846 Book-1 Page [373]
01/07/2014 [Written Answers] I propose to take Questions Nos. 623 to 625, inclusive, together.
Special Care involves the detention of a child for his or her own welfare and protection in a Special Care Unit (SCU) on order of the High Court. SCUs differ from ordinary residential care in that the Units offer ...
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01/07/2014 [Written Answers]...if the Crannóg Nua high support unit has ceased operations; and if it is currently being refurbished with a view to it being used to provide special care places next year. [Q. No(s) 626 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-846 Book-1 Page [374]
01/07/2014 [Written Answers]...the position regarding the provision of high support services for young persons aged 12-17, specifically the Crannog Nua facility, Portrane, County Dublin; the planned re-designation of the service to special care; if funding has been agreed for this project; if a construction te...Vol-846 Book-1 Page [374]
01/07/2014 [Written Answers]...the position regarding the ceasing of high support services for young persons aged 12-17 in a centre (details supplied) and the designation of this service to special care; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No(s) 658 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-846 Book-1 Page [374]
01/07/2014 [Written Answers]...if funding has been agreed for the reopening of a centre (details supplied) in County Dublin as a special care unit; the timeline for this centre to re-open; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No(s) 659 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-846 Book-1 Page [374]
01/07/2014 [Written Answers]...his current plans for a centre (details supplied) in County Dublin when it re-opens; the number of beds that will be available at this unit; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No(s) 660 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-846 Book-1 Page [374]
01/07/2014 [Written Answers] I propose to take Questions Nos. 626, 647 and 658 to 660, inclusive, together.
Special Care involves the detention of a child for his or her own welfare and protection in a Special Care Unit on order of the High Court. Special Care Units differ from ordinary residential care in ...
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01/07/2014 [Written Answers]...the number of referrals made to the crisis intervention service and the emergency place of safety service; the number of children placed in care as a result of referrals made to those services in 2013 and to date in 2014. [Q. No(s) 631 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-846 Book-1 Page [378]
01/07/2014 [Written Answers] I have requested the information from the Child and Family Agency and I will revert to the Deputy when this information is to hand.Vol-846 Book-1 Page [378]
24/06/2014 [Written Answers]...if he has concerns regarding figures from Focus Ireland showing that up to 40% of young persons leaving the care of the State that engage with the service are homeless; the steps that are being taken to ensure that young persons leaving the care of the State are supported to find...Vol-845 Book-1 Page [405]
24/06/2014 [Written Answers] Young people who leave State care are entitled to advice, guidance and practical support. This is delivered in partnership with the young person, his or her family, foster carers, social workers, key residential social care workers and other statutory, community and voluntary agen...Vol-845 Book-1 Page [405]
24/06/2014 [Written Answers]...further to Parliamentary Question No. 599 of 4 February 2014, if the information in respect of children in care in 2013, which his predecessor had indicated would be available in May 2014, is now to hand. [Q. No(s) 702 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-845 Book-1 Page [406]
24/06/2014 [Written Answers] I have been advised by the Agency that at the end of December 2013 there were 6,462 children in care. A breakdown of the care orders which underpinned the first placement of these children is currently been collated. I will revert to the Deputy when this information becomes avai...Vol-845 Book-1 Page [406]
24/06/2014 [Written Answers]...the position regarding the ceasing of provision of high support services for young persons aged between 12-17 years of age in Crannog Nua, Portrane and the re-designation of this service to special care, if funding has been identified; and the way previous commitments that the ce...Vol-845 Book-1 Page [410]
24/06/2014 [Written Answers]...in view of the fact that the purpose of the re-designation of Crannog Nua in Portrane from high support to special care was as a result of the immediate demand for the need for special care beds here; the reason there is no plans for move on or refit of Crannog Nua which would de...Vol-845 Book-1 Page [410]
24/06/2014 [Written Answers] I propose to take Questions Nos. 705 and 706 together.
As part of the Child and Family Agency's commitment to develop a comprehensive continuum of care services to meet the divergent and complex needs of all children in care, Crannóg Nua High Support Unit is to be redesignated to...
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01/07/2014 [Written Answers]...further to Parliamentary Question No. 944 of 25 March 2014, if figures are available on the number of children who went missing while in the care of the State in the first six months of 2014. [Q. No(s) 646 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-846 Book-1 Page [395]
01/07/2014 [Written Answers] I have requested the information from the Child and Family Agency and I will revert to the Deputy when this information is to hand.Vol-846 Book-1 Page [395]
16/07/2014 [Written Answers]...further to Parliamentary Question No. 626 of 1 July 2014, if he will provide an exact timeline of when it is expected that the Crannóg Nua High Support Unit will be fully refurbished and converted into a special care unit. [Q. No(s) 319 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ...Vol-848 Book-4 Page [1122]
02/07/2013 [Written Answers]...the number of children born to female children in the care of his Department or its agencies for each of the past ten years; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No(s) 613 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-809 Book-2 Page [548]
16/07/2014 [Written Answers] As part of the Child and Family Agency's commitment to develop a comprehensive continuum of care services to meet the divergent and complex needs of all children in care, Crannóg Nua High Support Unit in Portrane is to be redesignated to function as a Special Care Unit. I am advis...Vol-848 Book-4 Page [1122]
02/07/2013 [Written Answers] I have requested the information from the HSE and I will revert to the Deputy when this information is to hand.Vol-809 Book-2 Page [548]
16/07/2014 [Written Answers]...further to Parliamentary Question Nos. 623 to 625 of 1 July 2014, if he will confirm if it his Department’s policy to completely phase out the use of high support in favour of converting existing high support units to special care units. [Q. No(s) 321 to Minister for Children and...Vol-848 Book-4 Page [1123]
16/07/2014 [Written Answers] I have requested the information from the Child and Family Agency and I will forward this to the Deputy when it becomes available.Vol-848 Book-4 Page [1123]
16/07/2014 [Written Answers]...further to Parliamentary Question Nos. 623 to 625 of 1 July 2014, the reason a reference is made to children placed in special care outside of this jurisdiction being placed in secure psychiatric facilities when one of the criteria under which a decision is made to place a child ...Vol-848 Book-4 Page [1123]
16/07/2014 [Written Answers] Special Care involves the detention of a child on order of the High Court. The child is not detained as a result of criminal offences but for his or her own welfare and protection in one of three special care units in Ireland. The Deputy is correct when he says that the one of th...Vol-848 Book-4 Page [1123]
16/07/2014 [Written Answers]...further to Parliamentary Question Nos. 623 to 625 of 1 July 2014, if he will provide further details of the children detained under special care orders outside of the State since January 2014; if he will provide a breakdown on the basis of the number, age and gender of the childr...Vol-848 Book-4 Page [1123]
16/07/2014 [Written Answers] The Child and Family Agency has provided the following data in relation to the children/young people who have been placed in secure Out of State placements from 1 January 2014 to 11 July 2014 :

1/1/2014 – 11/7/2014
Age
Gender
Date Order Discharged
St. Andrews, Northhampton
18
F
8...
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01/07/2014 [Written Answers]...the extent to which he remains satisfied regarding the welfare of children in State care; if adequate support services remain available; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No(s) 653 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-846 Book-1 Page [398]
16/07/2014 [Written Answers]...further to Parliamentary Question No. 626 of 1 July 2014, the amount of excess of €1 million allocated to progress national special care development projects for 2014; if he will provide a breakdown of the specific projects during 2014 which are being paid for out of that fund; t...Vol-848 Book-4 Page [1124]
01/07/2014 [Written Answers] Under the Child Care Act, 1991 and the Child and Family Agency Act 2013, the Child and Family Agency has a statutory duty to promote the welfare of children who are not receiving adequate care and protection. Where appropriate, children who are in need of care and protection are r...Vol-846 Book-1 Page [398]
16/07/2014 [Written Answers] I have requested the information from the Child and Family Agency and I will forward this to the Deputy when it becomes available.Vol-848 Book-4 Page [1124]
02/07/2013 [Written Answers]...the position as of this month of the number of high support and or special care secure accommodation unit residential places in total here; if she will confirm the location of the facilities; if she will further confirm the up-to-date position as of this month regarding the numbe...Vol-809 Book-2 Page [554]
02/07/2013 [Written Answers] I have requested the information from the HSE and I will revert to the Deputy when this information is to hand.Vol-809 Book-2 Page [554]
16/07/2014 [Written Answers]...further to Parliamentary Question Nos. 623 to 625 of 01 July 2014, if he will clarify what is meant by the waiting time of approximately five weeks for a special care placement; if this period of waiting time relates to the time between a determination having been made by the Nat...Vol-848 Book-4 Page [1126]
16/07/2014 [Written Answers] Special Care involves the detention of a child for his or her own welfare and protection in a Special Care Unit (SCU) on order of the High Court. SCU's differ from ordinary residential care in that the units offer higher staff ratios, on-site education as well as specialised input...Vol-848 Book-4 Page [1127]
16/07/2014 [Written Answers]...further to Parliamentary Question No. 210 of 25 June 2014, if he will designate a person in each of the family resource centres who will provide an advocacy service for parents of children in care, within the existing budget; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No(...Vol-848 Book-4 Page [1127]
16/07/2014 [Written Answers] Family Resource Centres, funded by the Child and Family Agency, under its Family and Community Services Resource Centre Programme, provide a range of universal and targeted services and development opportunities that address the needs of children and families. There are 106 Family...Vol-848 Book-4 Page [1127]
08/07/2014 [Written Answers]...the number of children in care with a disability; and the number of these children who have an allocated social worker. [Q. No(s) 858 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-847 Book-1 Page [524]
08/07/2014 [Written Answers]...the number of children in care with an allocated social worker by year end in 2013; and the present number of children in care with an allocated social worker. [Q. No(s) 859 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-847 Book-1 Page [524]
08/07/2014 [Written Answers]...the current number of children in care with a statutory care plan; and the number of children by year end in 2013 who had a statutory care plan. [Q. No(s) 860 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-847 Book-1 Page [524]
08/07/2014 [Written Answers] I propose to take Questions Nos. 858 to 860, inclusive, together.
The Child and Family Agency compiles monthly performance reports which include statistics in relation to children in care. These reports are published on the Agency's website. At the end of December 2013 there wer...
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06/11/2012 [Written Answers]...if she will clarify when the findings of the investigation following abscondences from Gleann Alainn Special Care Unit in October 2011 will be published; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No(s) 950 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-781 Book-1 Page [596]
06/11/2012 [Written Answers] The HSE has advised that this report is currently subject to detailed internal considerations with relevant staff to ensure learning is maximised and further action is taken as appropriate. The report will be published in early 2013.
The HSE also advised that there was an immed...
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06/11/2012 [Written Answers]...further to Parliamentary Question No 224 of 22 February 2012, when the figures for 2011 will be available and the details of same. [Q. No(s) 960 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-781 Book-1 Page [600]
06/11/2012 [Written Answers] I am advised by the HSE that there were 2,248 admissions to care in 2011. Of these admissions 354 related to children who were aged under 2 years. Of all admissions to care in 2011, 62% were based on a voluntary agreement between the parent/guardian and the HSE. Data on the princ...Vol-781 Book-1 Page [600]
16/04/2013 [Written Answers]...the current capacity of medium to long term residential care beds in County Donegal specifically designated for children and teenagers awaiting long term foster care or identified at being at risk or temporarily removed from the family home; the number of persons in County Donega...Vol-799 Book-1 Page [550]
16/04/2013 [Written Answers] As this is a service matter, I have asked the Health Service Executive to respond directly to the Deputy with the most up-to-date information.Vol-799 Book-1 Page [550]
05/11/2013 [Written Answers]...further to Parliamentary Question No. 232 of 26 September 2013, the number of young persons who left care on reaching their 18th birthday during 2012 or during the nearest 12 month reporting period; the number of such young persons who began aftercare programmes; the number of su...Vol-819 Book-1 Page [591]
05/11/2013 [Written Answers] I have requested the information from the HSE and I will revert to the Deputy when this information is to hand.Vol-819 Book-1 Page [591]
05/11/2013 [Written Answers]...if she will provide, in tabular form for the years 2011, 2012 and to date in 2013, the number of children in the care of the State; and if she will provide a breakdown of the care orders which underpinned the first placement of these children in care in each of those years, inclu...Vol-819 Book-1 Page [594]
05/11/2013 [Written Answers] I have requested the information from the HSE and I will revert to the Deputy when this information is to hand.Vol-819 Book-1 Page [594]
25/03/2014 [Written Answers]...if she will provide details of a care plan in respect of a child currently in foster care (details supplied) in County Galway and the prospect of them being returned to their family. [Q. No(s) 931 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-835 Book-1 Page [540]
25/03/2014 [Written Answers] A care plan is an agreed written plan for a child placed in statutory care. It is drawn up in consultation with the child, his or her family and all those involved with his or her care, for the current and future care of the child, which is designed to meet his or her needs. It es...Vol-835 Book-1 Page [540]
25/03/2014 [Written Answers]...further to Parliamentary Question No.146 of 4 December 2013, if the report referred to in the reply is now to hand. [Q. No(s) 944 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-835 Book-1 Page [546]
25/03/2014 [Written Answers] In accordance with the Children Missing From Care - A Joint Protocol between An Garda Síochána and the Health Service Executive Children and Family Services a child is defined as missing where they are 'absent without permission, his/her whereabouts are not known, he/she has passe...Vol-835 Book-1 Page [546]
25/03/2014 [Written Answers]...the number of applications for admission to special care which were considered by the National Special Care Admission and Discharge Committee in the years 2012, 2013 and to date in 2014; the number of such applications which were approved and rejected in those years; the number o...Vol-835 Book-1 Page [546]
25/03/2014 [Written Answers]...the number of appeals considered by the National Special Care Appeals Panel in the years 2012, 2013 and to date in 2014; and the number of such applications approved and rejected in those years. [Q. No(s) 946 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-835 Book-1 Page [546]
25/03/2014 [Written Answers] I propose to take Questions Nos. 945 and 946 together.
Special Care involves the detention of a child for his or her own welfare and protection in a Special Care Unit with on site educational and therapeutic supports. A Special Care Unit provides secure residential services to ch...
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25/03/2014 [Written Answers]...when she will be signing a commencement order to enact the remaining provisions of the Child Care (Amendment) Act 2011. [Q. No(s) 947 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-835 Book-1 Page [547]
25/03/2014 [Written Answers] As the Deputy is aware, a number of sections, mainly in Part 2 and Part 3, of the Child Care (Amendment) Act 2011 remain to be commenced.
A substantial element of the non-commenced sections relate to provisions for special care. Given the legislative framework utilised to manage ...
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25/03/2014 [Written Answers]...if the Working Time Directive (2003/88/EC) is being adhered to in respect of staff in residential care facilities who stay in these facilities overnight; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No(s) 965 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-835 Book-1 Page [556]
25/03/2014 [Written Answers] The information sought by the Deputy is currently being compiled and I will revert to the Deputy as soon as the reply becomes available.Vol-835 Book-1 Page [556]
16/01/2013 [Written Answers]...if he will investigate the case of a child (details supplied) in County Carlow who has been in long term care since June 2009 and who has been assessed by both a consultant child and adolescent psychiatrist and by a clinical educational psychologist and psychotherapist as requiri...Vol-788 Book-1 Page [686]
16/01/2013 [Written Answers] As this is a service matter the question has been referred to the HSE for direct reply.Vol-788 Book-1 Page [687]
27/05/2014 [Written Answers]...if he will instruct the Health Service Executive to provide suitable residential care in respect of a child (details supplied) in County Wicklow; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No(s) 913 to Minister for Health ]Vol-842 Book-1 Page [493]
27/05/2014 [Written Answers] As the Deputy's question relates to service matters, I have arranged for the question to be referred to the Health Service Executive for direct reply to the Deputy.Vol-842 Book-1 Page [493]
27/05/2014 [Written Answers]...if he will consider liaising with the management at the Child and Family Agency with a view to directing all social care and educational establishments that children in care should not be allowed or encouraged to break the law by being allowed to smoke and drink while underage an...Vol-842 Book-1 Page [523]
27/05/2014 [Written Answers] I am advised by the Child and Family Agency that it adopts a common sense approach to its corporate parenting responsibilities. Children are not allowed to smoke and/or consume alcohol in any Child and Family Agency establishment. Where a child has been smoking and or consuming a...Vol-842 Book-1 Page [523]
18/09/2013 [Written Answers]...if she will include a provision to have grandparents made a party to the proceedings for children in care and to support the work done by grand parents who are caring for their grandchildren on a consistent and regular basis. [Q. No(s) 1239 to Minister for Children and Youth Affa...Vol-813 Book-1 Page [904]
18/09/2013 [Written Answers]...if she will outline the role and rights of grandparents in cases where children are in care; if grandparents can be made party to proceedings from the outset; if there are situations which would allow for a near parental role to be ascribed to grandparents in circumstances where ...Vol-813 Book-1 Page [904]
18/09/2013 [Written Answers] I propose to take Questions Nos. 1239 and 1264 together.
Under the Child Care Act 1991, the HSE has a statutory duty to promote the welfare of children who are not receiving adequate care and protection. If a child is in need of care and protection and is unlikely to receive it ...
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18/09/2013 [Written Answers]...if she will outline the monitoring/regulatory supervision of court appointed Guardians ad litem; if it is appropriate for such persons to interview minors without any other adult being present; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No(s) 1256 to Minister for Childre...Vol-813 Book-1 Page [915]
18/09/2013 [Written Answers] The Deputy will be aware that the appointment of a guardian ad litem (GAL) in child care cases is a matter for the Courts. Under section 26 of the Child Care Act 1991, the Court may appoint a guardian ad litem to a child who is the subject of care proceedings, if it is satisfied t...Vol-813 Book-1 Page [915]
18/09/2012 [Oral Answers]...if she will list the residential child care centres in Dublin North East; the number of young persons in each of these centres; the budget allocation for each; and the proportion for staff salaries. [Q. No(s) 1483 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-774 Book-1 Page [942]
18/09/2012 [Questions] As this is a service matter, I have asked the Health Service Executive to respond directly to the Deputy with the most up-to-date information.Vol-774 Book-1 Page [942]
18/09/2012 [Oral Answers]...the reasons the Health Service Executive made the decision to close a children's residential unit in Dublin Central (details supplied); if her attention has been drawn to of the valuable service this unit has provided for children and families in the area; if the staff will be redep...Vol-774 Book-1 Page [942]
18/09/2012 [Questions] I am advised by the HSE that it has decided to close the Children's Residential Centre in question, following concerns about building standards that were raised by HIQA. The HSE met with staff and advised them of the decision. They will be offered the opportunity to continue to work in ...Vol-774 Book-1 Page [942]
18/09/2012 [Oral Answers]...the number of children in care with an assigned social worker in February 2011; the current number without for each; the proportion for each; and if she will make a statement on the matter. [Q. No(s) 1444 to Minister for Children and Youth Affairs ]Vol-774 Book-1 Page [926]
18/09/2012 [Questions] The Health Service Executive (HSE) compiles monthly performance reports which include statistics in relation to children in care. These reports are published on the HSE website. The latest published report shows that there were 6,248 children in State care in June 2012. 5,772 / 92.4% o...Vol-774 Book-1 Page [926]
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