Young people from the Children in Care Council (CiCC) are going to discuss the role of the Personal Advisor for care leavers at the next APPG (All Party Parliamentary Group) at Westminster on the 5th February 2014.
Did you know there are 7 things a Personal Advisor MUST DO?
1. Give advice and support
2. Update your pathway plan
3. Organise reviews of your pathway plan to make sure it is up to date and it meets your needs.
4. Make sure your local authority does what your pathway plan says they should do
5. Find services to help with your needs and helps to visit the service
6. Keep in touch with you about your progress and wellbeing at least every 2 months
7. Keep full, correct and up to date records of the contact they have had with you and the services they speak to you about.
We would like you to be part of the discussion. So please tell us about your experience of the Personal Advisor.
In your view:
- What makes a good Personal Advisor?
- What do you expect from the Personal Advisor?
- What would help Personal Advisor to support you better?
- What else should be on the list that a Personal Advisor must do?
Send you comment
Emmanuel, Chair of the CiCC
Tsion, Deputy Chair of the CiCC