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Making a Referral

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Get a referral form

 

Referrals are accepted nationwide from the Court, Local Authorities, parents’ legal representatives, Solicitors and Children’s Guardians.

Parents with children of all ages will be considered, and careful discussions will take place with the referring agent and other relevant professionals as to whether Majestic Family Services will be an appropriate service for each individual family.

All parents referred to Majestic due to an identified need for an in depth assessment of their parenting capacity.  In some cases the parent may be considered to present some level of risk to the environment or their child and additional information may be required before a decision can be made as to whether they would be a suitable placement for Majestic.

Referrals must in the first instance be discussed with our management team and admissions are usually pre-planned.  All referrals are given thorough consideration and impact risk assessments are undertaken to consider any matching considerations between current and proposed families.

We are happy to have an initial conversation by telephone or review the local Authority’s own referral form/family profile form however we can not formally accept a placement without the necessary information. The placing authority should return a completed Referral form together with any other appropriate documentation to the Manager. Supporting documentation should include:

  • Referring Social worker’s assessment report (stating clearly the objectives of the referral or a copy of the Care Plan)
  • Medical History
  • Social History
  • Psychological /Psychiatric reports
  • Court Proceedings, (prior and outstanding) also previous convictions
  • Any other reports, which may be suitable/required

Steps to making a referral with Majestic

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    Send your referral

    Send us your referral by email, or download and complete the Majestic Referral form below to email to us.

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    Wait for decision

    We'll review your case and respond within 72 hours to let you know if you've been accepted.

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    Accept placement

    You accept the offer of placement and arrange for the family to visit Majestic.

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    Agree start date

    Attend an initial placement meeting and set a start date.

Eligibility Criteria

Majestic is able to offer services to the following groups:

  • Families referred for independent residential assessment whose children may be at risk;
  • Young parents under the age of 16;
  • Expectant parents;
  • Single female or male parents;
  • Two parent families;
  • Parent (s) with one or more children;
  • Parents of children with complex health or development needs;
  • Families with learning difficulties;
  • Families with mental health difficulties;
  • Families with drug, alcohol or behavioural issues;
  • Families where there has been a history of domestic abuse;
  • Parents with their own history of social care involvement;
  • Families who will benefit from non-residential support within the community;
  • Families where English is not their first language.

We accept parents who have addiction problems. However we do insist on abstinence from illicit drugs and, or alcohol prior to entry to Majestic.

Referrals are accepted nationwide from Local Authority Social Services Departments, Health Authorities, Solicitors or directly from the Courts.

We will require our own referral form to be completed in order to help us to reach decision as to whether the family is suitable for a placement at Majestic.

Ask a question

If you need to contact us, please use the information below or complete the enquiry form to ask a question.

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Phone

01843 821188
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Address

The Laurels . 16 Freemans Rd . Minster . Kent . CT12 4EL
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If you want to ask a quick question please use the enquiry form below.

Ofsted 'Outstanding' rated assessments

The Safety and Welfare of the babies and children residing with their parents are at the very core of the centre’s practice. Experienced Social Workers coordinate and oversee all assessment  work to ensure that it is of excellent quality and has a sound evidence base.

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