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The Adoption Support Services (Local Authorities) (Wales) Regulations 2005

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10.—(1) The circumstances prescribed for the purposes of section 4(5)(b) of the 2002 Act are that the local authority proposes to provide adoption support services on more than a single occasion only.

(2) The local authority must give notice of the plan referred to in section 4(5) of the 2002 Act (referred to in these Regulations as “the plan”) to the persons referred to in regulation 13(2).

(3) The local authority must for the purpose of preparing the plan consult —

(a)any person who is to be given notice under regulation 14;

(b)where it appears to the local authority that —

(i)there may be a need for the provision of services to that person by a local health board, NHS Trust or Primary Care Trust; or

(ii)there may be a need for the provision to that person of any services which fall within the functions of a local education authority,

that local health board, NHS Trust or Primary Care Trust or local education authority.

(4) If the local authority decides under regulation 13 to provide any adoption support services to a person, and is required under that regulation to give notice of that decision, it must —

(a)nominate an individual who must monitor the provision of the services that are to be provided; and

(b)notify the person of the nomination when it notifies that person of its decision under regulation 13.

(5) The local authority must provide a copy of the plan —

(a)in accordance with regulation 13;

(b)where paragraph (3)(b)(i) applies, to the local health board, NHS Trust or Primary Care Trust;

(c)where paragraph (3)(b)(ii) applies, to the local education authority; and

(d)where the person to whom the plan relates lives in another local authority area, to that local authority.

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