Dear Dumfries and Galloway Council,
How often should child plan meetings take place. How many times a year ? (GIRFEC) Are the child plan meetings minuted? Are the childs plan compulsory how do you provide consent.
When should a parent recieve a childs plan after a meeting how long does that take ?

Yours faithfully,

Kathleen Clow

Dumfries and Galloway Council

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Please find below the Council's response to your request 398468 which was received on 21/03/2019.

Details of request: Dear Dumfries and Galloway Council,

How often should child plan meetings take place. How many times a year ? (GIRFEC) Are the child plan meetings minuted? Are the childs plan compulsory how do you provide consent.
When should a parent recieve a childs plan after a meeting how long does that take ?

Response:

as per the attached document

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