Explores the evidence on the experiences of disabled looked after children in relation to permanence and placement stability in the care system it examines if there are any particular difficulties in pursuing permanency and good practice for disabled looked after children. There is a dearth of literature on the adoption of disabled children within the uk and that which has been published is somewhat dated and often characterised by largely empiricist approach which is perhaps surprising in view of the fact that the study of adult disability has benefited so greatly from an understanding of the social processes involved. Your child or a child you know might be eligible for ssi or ssdi supplemental security income ssi payments for children with disabilities ssi makes monthly payments to people with low income and limited resources who are 65 or older or blind or disabled your child if younger than age 18 can qualify if they have a medical condition. In bolton permanence planning is based on the philosophy that every child has the right to a permanent and stable home preferably with their own family whether placement with a sibling already in care or a known familiar child is a possibility and in the case of disabled children whether the placement accommodation is suitable for the . Court hearings for the permanent placement of children this publication is a product of the state statutes series prepared by child welfare information gateway while every attempt has been made to be complete additional information on these topics may be in other sections of a states code as well as agency regulations case law and
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