CIW cyhoeddi the first National review of care homes in Wales for childrens
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The review, conducted Between July 2018 and March 2019, evaluates the Quality of care and reflects the views ddarparu and Experiences of Children Who oes Experienced residential care Placements.
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The organization's Chief Inspector, Gillian Baranski commented:
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Findings from this report summarises the CIW National Review of Care Homes for Children Between July 2018 and March 2019. The registered care homes for review Covers a range of residential childrens darparu Placements, cynnwys residential short Breaks for disabled childrens, ond Excluding diogel darpariaeth.
Aims of the national review
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- Can a self-registered Providers undertook assessment of eu rheoleiddiol;
- CIW conducted Inspections in 56 registered care homes Across Wales refocusing on the Quality of outcomes for care Experienced childrens;
- Voices from Care Cymru were commissioned by CIW to facilitate engagement events Across Wales with care Experienced childrens.
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- Access to arbenigol Health Services Child and Adolescent servant Difficult particularly Mental Health Services (CAMHS).
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