Jane Andrews, Family Consultant at Ward Andrews spoke on the importance of ensuring families are assessed properly by the right person with the right expertise.
Jane outlined the importance of asking yourself three key questions when instructing an expert: 1. What type of expert do you want? 2. What do you need to know? 3. Why is this important and who has the necessary skills?
When receiving reports, they should be no longer than 30 pages and should contain an analysis of findings. If you want recommendations, remember to ask for them!
This centre is the one originally involved in my family matter during the initial stage.
Ward and Andrew are two women.
Sean Carter told me, ‘we use the centre to deal with people like you’. Of the prime importance the centre attended court, as an expert witness, which is not allowed. Contact Centres are solely for the purpose of contact.
Please do not tell me child trafficking has imploded to take on a brand new meaning.
Adrian Otis Goldsmith and social worker manager were busy dealing with me and sent my child and I to Ward Andrews Centre to finish off the job. They told the judge to stop using the proceedings to harm us, we found proceedings distressing and all contact notes are of high quality.
Question why did Otis murder his wife when he could have chosen from a number of bent Public Officials with whom he had regular contact?
Eve and Graham Ward are foster carers. Reported the man was on the board of Northamptonshire County Council.