Highlighting cases of disabled children's abuse or neglect, watchdog Ofsted in the region has submitted its reports recently urging immediate protection to be given to such victims.
The authority has mentioned clearly that the risks of abuse are higher over the children in the region especially the category of disabled children in England, who must be served with better protection against all such neglect and abuse.
The above reports of the Ofsted were submitted after surveying several hundreds of such cases in 12 local authorities. Investigation inspectors wrote in their report that the system is lacking a child-protection plan to safeguard all such innocent victims as they noticed majority of cases affected with a lower standard of care for disable children, which stands really unacceptable in the society.
Total 173 cases of children with disabilities were studied by the officials and there was not even one case in the list that did not find problems that were recognized or dealt with quickly enough.
Ofsted officials have urged a combined working of local authorities and safeguarding-children boards to assure a good protection to disable children victims.
Deputy Chief Inspector, Mr. John Goldup, said: "Inspectors saw some fantastic examples of good early multi-agency support for children and their families. But in some cases the focus on support for parents and their children seemed to obscure the child's need for protection".
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