3. When a written agreement is reached following a family group conference or mediation, a leader or social worker submits the agreement to the court. It also expands care opportunities for children and youth, strengthens the provision of services to Aboriginal children, youth and their families, identifies and assists vulnerable youth, and establishes an authorization regime for out-of-home placements. 2. Notwithstanding paragraph 1, point (d), there is no permanent custody order where the administrator finds that the young person is unable to understand and appreciate the consequences of the application and the administrator advises the youth that the permanent custody order is upheld. (c) to present to the court and to provide a termination parent with a written statement of the change in the circumstances under paragraph 44, point (a), or a copy of the agreement in paragraph 44, point b). The Department of Children, Seniors and Social Development helps young people who need protection during their transition to early adulthood. 16- and 17-year-olds are eligible for benefits under the Child Protection Services Program. A young person`s participation in the program can continue until the 21st birthday if they adopt an individualized plan with their social worker. All services under the Child Protection Services Program are provided by a voluntary youth service contract signed directly with youth. Services include: 65. An executive or social worker may remove a child or adolescent from a foster care centre or foster home where the director or social worker has housed the child or youth without notice, to the extent necessary for the safety of the child or adolescent. “The protection and care of vulnerable children and youth is a central value of our government and the new Child, Youth and Family Act is the key to ensuring this protection,” she said.
(b) a parent of a child voluntarily places the child in the care of an administrator, but refuses to enter into an agreement pursuant to Section 12. Schools are often the first place where children are identified. If an educator suspects that a child needs professional assistance, they can go to a coaching and counselling team. Care and referral teams, made up of teachers, youth leaders, social workers, police and other professionals (depending on the situation), try to address these issues at an early stage. Each school is required to have a coaching and guidance team. (c) that custody of the child or youth is transferred to another person, with a person other than another administrator, in accordance with Section 43; 2. When a family group conference, mediation or other form of out-of-court settlement of disputes is agreed upon, the parties reach a written agreement on participation in the process. (2) Where a child or young person has been placed under guardianship or guardianship, or if a director has been sanitized or rehabilitated by a director appointed under the Child, Youth and Family Services Act in accordance with a provision of the Child, Youth and Family Services Act , the area in which the child or youth is usually located has, on the date of this entry into force, custody or custody of that child or youth.