Lancashire County Council is the upper-tier local authority for the non-metropolitan county of Lancashire. It consists of 84 councillors, 1 for each of the 84 electoral divisions of Lancashire , which includes Farington, Garstang, Heysham and Whitworth, as well as Wyreside, Amounderness, Poulton-le-Fylde, Skerton and West Craven. Adoption : Where potential parents can learn about what health, lifestyle and personal circumstances influence their ability to adopt, and whether adoption is the right choice for them. Adopters can also learn about some of the children who are in need of parents, and meet some of the parents who have taken the plunge already. Special Educational Needs And Disabilities : Providing support with everything from Education, health and care EHC plans, giving parents a respite and ensuring the overall well-being of those with special needs and disabilities. Lancashire County Council provides candidates will a great range of social work-based roles, which includes working as part of child disability, CSE and transition teams.
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The government has put in place changes to the way in which council tax can be used to fund adult social care service. In this area, adult social care is run by Lancashire County Council. The changes mean that councils who run adult social care services can charge an additional "precept" on the whole charge - separate from the increase applied to general funding. This is an overall rise of 5.
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Lancashire County Council has been criticised by the Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman for not providing the right support for two vulnerable siblings when they moved to live with their aunt and uncle. The siblings, who had a turbulent background and had spent time in foster care, became subject to a Special Guardianship Order SGO when they moved to live with their relatives in another area. Their uncle initially complained to the Ombudsman in about the lack of support provided by the council, after it became apparent both children had significant needs, and the family would need specialist support and respite because of their past experiences. Lancashire County Council agreed to a number of recommendations to put things right. However, by February the uncle returned his complaint to the Ombudsman, as many of the agreed remedies had still not been implemented.
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