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What is a Supervision Order?

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A Supervision Order places a child under the supervision of the Health and Social Care Trust. This is issued when a child is suffering, or is likely to suffer, significant harm due to the care given to the child or if the child is beyond parental control.  Under a Supervision Order, a supervisor is appointed to help the child so that they can make sure that are getting properly cared for.

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