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Child G aged 3 months

Essex Social Services
Social Services failings show the mother had a history of mental health issues. 2015

Serious brain injury to a 3-month-old girl in May 2013. Mother pleaded guilty to child neglect. The mother's partner was convicted of causing the injuries. Both received custodial sentences.

Background: prior to Child G’s birth her half-sibling had been subject to a child protection plan under the category of neglect. In the months before and after Child G’s birth, mother had attended hospital a number of times due to injuries to Child G’s half-sibling. Child G's mother had diagnosed learning difficulties and "extremely low" IQ classification. She had a history of difficult family relationships and mental health issues. Mother’s partner was known to the probation service and other local authorities due to a history of violence towards women and children.

Key issues: issues identified include the challenge of sharing information about vulnerable families across GP's, midwives and health visitors; the need to focus of the role of fathers/partners through pregnancy and early years; and the need for offender managers to report any safeguarding concerns when an offender starts a new relationship.
Recommendations: include the development of a system to allow tracking of offenders convicted of offences against children and reviewing and monitoring of information sharing in health services.

Keywords: brain injury, child neglect, unknown men, family violence, adults with learning difficulties, mental health

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