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Description:Whether a person is habitually resident in the place where they live will depend on the circumstances of the particular case - it is the quality of the residence rather than the length of time (there is no requisite period before acquiring habitual residence) that determines whether some-one is habitually resident in a place. It requires an element of intention to settle, for example by bringing possessions to the place of residence, seeking to make local connections, bringing family members and other such factors. It is possible to have habitual residence in two countries at the same time.
Description:Haringey Association of Voluntary and Community Organisations
Description:Every Looked After child must have a Health Action Plan which incorporates a statement of the child's health care needs and how those needs will be addressed.
Description:The Health and Safety Commission is responsible for health and safety regulation in Great Britain. The Health and Safety Executive and local government are the enforcing authorities who work in support of the Commission. The Health and Safety Executive can be contacted on 0845 345 0055. To report an incident, go to the HSE website and follow links for reporting incidents.
Description:Every Looked After child must have a Health Care Assessment soon after becoming Looked After, then at specified intervals - depending on the child's age. The Health Care Assessment should inform a Health Care Plan (also referred to as a Health Action Plan), normally incorporated into a child's Care Plan and Placement Plan or Placement Information Record.
Description:Every Looked After child must have a Health Care Plan which incorporates a statement of the child's health care needs and how those needs will be addressed.
Description:Trained nurses who primarily focus on health promotion and the prevention of illness. Health visitors usually work closely with GPs
Description:A key part of the Government's drive to improve standards of health and education and to tackle health inequalities.
Description:Hearing Impairment - when your hearing is affected by a disease, disorder or injury
Description:Health Improvement Programme – drawn up by primary health care professionals in association with other agencies with an aim to improve health and healthcare locally