Li Jean-Luc Harris Life Story and Biography
Thank you for wanting to Explore the Life of Li Jean-Luc Harris, this is his story based of being a looked after child, who faced a lot of mental health issues and Self Harm and homelessness unlike the blog posts this is in chronological order. and includes Actual Local Authority Reports, Medical Files, and various professional meetings. its all written in the 3rd person and has very limited redaction apart from any redactions made by the organisations who Li Harris may have done the (SAR) Subject Access requests on. any redaction made by Li, will be indicated in bold as an author redaction with a reason for this
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Li Jean-Luc Harris Life Story
Li Jean-Luc Harris was born in QEQM (Queen Elizabeth Queen Mothers) Hospital Margate, Kent on the 30th November 1996 at around 7pm 42 weeks gestation. Weight 3.98 kgs into a Hectic and dysfunctional family. his parents had suffered from previous generational Trauma which had been passed. at the time I had 3 other siblings. From the records Li Jean-Luc Harris still has he appeared to be healthy.
home visit – growth recorded. Li currently has chicken pox which he has had for a week. Drinking fluids well and eating normally. Sleeping a lot. Calpol given if whingy. Light clothing used and Calamine lotion. Developing normally.
home visit for developmental assessment. Concerns regarding left convergent squint. Refer to Opthomist. To attend surgery on Friday for hearing test.
Referral made for a developmental assessment by the Paediatrician paediatrician referral received from, Health Visitor, regarding developmental concerns. Concerns were regarding locomotor, fine motor and speech and language. Li uses a dummy and is reluctant to remove it. He is under the care of the Ophthalmic for a squint and has delayed treatment due to none attendance. Li is currently being toilet trained and wears nappies at night. Temper tantrums Reported
Li Harris attended a developmental review by Dr **** – conclusion was; Griffiths score within low average range. Main problems were unintelligible speech for which he has been referred to speech and language therapy. Another difficulty is that he always has a dummy in his mouth and is reluctant to take it out. He also started wearing glasses 2 weeks ago and is getting used to the idea of getting his eye patched. It was noted that Li would need considerable input from regular preschool attendance or a specialist nursery provision. He needs considerable input from speech and language therapy before he starts school as his speech is unintelligible.
Li attended for a review with his mother and, community paediatrician. Li has started at Northdown Nursey and also Millmead Playschool. He is on the waiting list for speech therapy. He is also under the care of the Opthomist at the hospital and has been wearing glasses for the last 2 months. Li is toilet trained during the day and wets the bed at night.
Li Harris was seen for a developmental Health assessment buy Dr ****. Conclusion had been Li’s overall Griffiths score lies within the low/average range. He is Receiving all the necessary input. He is due to start school in September 2001. Li co-operated with tests on his own terms. He has made pleasing progress with his speech and language skills. He does have a problem withpencil skills and needs to be encouraged more. Li will be reviewed in 1 year’s time in school clinic to see how he is
Letter received from speech and Health language therapist,****** ****, who concludes that all areas of Li’s speech and language are within average range for his age. He does not require any speech and language intervention, therefore cased closed
on the 30th november 2001 Li Jean-Luc Harris Turns 5 Years old he shows early signs of developmental issues and needed speech and language help, he also needs to wear glasses as has a lazy right eye. Still struggles with bedwetting li is also struggling with school, he does not easily make friends and struggles with school work
Table Of Contents1 REPORT OF ACHIEVEMENT Class BH Reception2 3 Results4 Attendance REPORT OF ACHIEVEMENT Class BH Reception Li Always comes to school happily and remains cheerful throughout the day. he has made progress in remembering names and is now more confident speaking in class discussions. Li is kind and helpful li dose find it very hard to concentrate for longer then a few minuets and still needs to develop awareness of when its his turn to talk. Li Enjoys listening to stones? and Looking at books. he can read a simple text and has a developing sight vocabulary. li is currently learning to write his rename. in role play situations li is an imaginative and recreates real life experiences such as driving a fir..Read More
Reported that Li Harris has always wet the bed and wears pull ups. There is no daytime wetting, no frequency, normal stream, bowels regular. No infections. Reported there is enuresis in the family Li Jean-Luc Harris’s Behaviours are also getting worse and are hard to control.
Li Jean-Luc Harris Describes “The Thing” as the first time he self-harmed and also the most severe type of self harm he did. During a very traumatic time in his life. it is something he still has to cope with this day. He does not remember the exact date but knows it was around the ages of 8/9 years of age. and still happened in the family home Li Harris Self Harmed this way a total of two times. He explains the self harm without going into much detail, but he was trying to fix himself and failed massively. causing nothing but a lifetime of issues, although in his later life he takes action to fix this. one day he wishes to expand more on..Read More
There has been good improvement reported both at home and at school after taking Ritalin, although the benefits at home were less sustained. Fighting occurs with brother due to them winding him up and breaking his toys. Both boys complained that he had been very rough with them and teased. Li found this difficult to tolerate and ended up scratching the top of both forearms which bleed. He was at first very inhibited by embarrassment but was finally able to explain
Li Jean-Luc Harris Attended A&E after accident – Li being poked in the eye by the zip of his coat Li Harris remember this event as him doing his zip and beaning lent over and somehow catching his eye with the zipper
22 June 2005 Parents/Gurdians of Li Harris Class 3P Dear Parents of Li Harris I am writing to inform you of my decision to exclude Li Harris for one school day on Thursday 23rd June 2005. Li should return to school on Friday 24th June at 8.55a.m. This action has been taken for the following reasons: Today Li was seen stealing a Mars bar from his teacher’s stock of treats, which she had purchased herself for the children to have rewards. He was also found to have a wrapper of another sweet, which was missing from her stock. In fact, the entire stock was missing. During the period of exclusion. Li should not come onto school premises and he is your responsibility. If you feel..Read More
‘Our Ref: BN/LK/03/540 05 August 2005 PRIVATE & CONFIDENTIAL De Scott BETHESDA MEDICAL CENTRE Dear Dr Scott Re: Li HARRIS — Please refer to previous correspondence. I had the pleasure of reviewing Li with his sister and mother on 4.8.05. Clinic transport was provided. Unfortunately half brother Michael was awaywith his father’so he missed a chance of a review. He will be reviewed next term with his half siblings. Li continues to benefit from stimulant medication as evidenced by-his ability to sit and focus on reading and writing at home with mother’s partner at home and Kera helping. He has apparently received a favourable school report. He continues to have initial insomnia and to receive Melatonin 2 mg tablets twice at night. He also experiences..Read More
CAMHS report; Attended review with Dr Nairac, consultant psychiatrist, reported that his moods and behaviours are improved and at school. Continue on medicationEquasmXL 20 ml and Melatonine 2 tablets at night.
Our Ref RS/SW/03/540 8″ May 2006 Private & Confidential Dr Scott Bethesda Medical Centre Palm Bay Avenue Cliftonville MARGATE Dear Dr Scott Re: Li Harris Just a quick note to say that I had a telephone conversation with Li Harris’s mum on 5th May 2006. Unfortunately Li has become very challenging recently and displayed more oppositional defiant behaviour, perhaps understandably in relation to cessation of contact by his natural father and his mother’s potential ill health. In the first instance, given Li’s weight is around 30kg, I have advised an increase, in Dr Nairac’s absence, to Equasym 30mg capsules daily. [have also said on an emergency basis his. mother can give Li occasional daytime Melatonin to calm him down. Dr Nairac’s excellent suggestion of counselling..Read More
10 January 2007 Dear Parents of Li Harris Notice of Alternative Hours i am sorry to report my decision to impose a Notice of Alternative Hours on Li Harris for a period of 1 day. This means that normal school times are suspended for him and instead he should be brought to school on Friday 12″^ January at 2.55 p.m. He will be educated until 5.00pm when he should be collected. For the remainder of the day he is your responsibility and not the school’s. When Li returns home he will have two hours of homework and you are asked to supervise this work to ensure that it is completed and returned to school the following day. The reasons for this decision are as follows;-..Read More
16 January 2007 Parents of Li Harris I am writing to inform you of my decision to exclude Li for a fixed period of three days. This means that he will not be allowed in school for this period. The exclusion begins on Wednesday 17 January 2007 and ends on Friday 19 January 2007. I realise that this exclusion may well be upsetting for you and your family, but the decision to exclude Li has not been taken lightly. Li has been excluded for this fixed period for the following reasons:- He was found smoking in the playground at lunchtime. He told me that he had picked up used butts and had smoked around ten of them this week. He brought a lighter into school..Read More
31 January 2007 Dear Parents of Li Harris Notice of Alternative Hours Notice of Alternative Hours on Li Harris for a period of 1 day. 1 am sorry to report my decision to impose a This means that norma! school times are suspended for him and instead he should be brought to school on Friday 2nd February 2007 at 2.55 p.m. He will be educated until 5.00pm when he should be collected. For the remainder of the day he is your responsibility and not the school’s. When Li returns home he will have two hours of homework and you are asked to supervise this work to ensure that it is completed and returned to school the following day. The reasons for this decision are as..Read More
09 March 2007 Dear Parents of Li Harris Notice of Alternative Hours: I am sorry to report my decision to impose a Notice of Alternative Hours on Li Harris for a period of 1 day. This means that normal school times are suspended for him and instead he should be brought to school on Wednesday 14thMarch 2007 at 2.55 p.m. He will be educated until 5.00pm when he should be collected. For the remainder of the day he is your responsibility and not the school’s. When Li returns home he will have two hours of homework and you are asked to supervise this work to ensure that it is completed and returned to school the following day. The reasons for this decision are as follows:-..Read More
19 March 2007 Dear Parents of Li Harris Notice of Alternative Hours I am sorry to report my decision to impose a Notice of Alternative Hours on Li Harris for a period of 1 day. This means that normal school times are suspended for him and instead he should be brought to school on Wednesday 21®‘ March 2007 at 2.55 p.m. He will be educated until 5.00pm when he should be collected. For the remainder of the day he is your responsibilityand not the school’s. When Li returns home he will have two hours of homework and you are asked to supervise this work to ensure that it is completed and returned to school the following day. The reasons for this decision are as follows:-..Read More
01 May 2007 Dear Parents of Li Harris Notice of Alternative Hours I am sorry to report my decision to impose a Notice of Alternative Hours on Li Harris for a period of 1 day. This means that normal school times are suspended for him and instead he should be brought to school on Thursday May 2007 at 2.55 p.m. He will be educated until 5.00pm when he should be collected. For the remainder of the day he is your responsibility and not the school’s. When Li returns home he will have two hours of homework and you are asked to supervise this work to ensure that it is completed and returned to school the following day. The reasons for this decision are as follows:-..Read More
09 May 2007 Dear Parents of Li Harris Notice of Alternative Hours I am sorry to report my decision to impose a Notice of Alternative Hours on Li Harris for a period of 2 days. This means that normal school times are suspended for him and instead he should be brought to school on Monday 14”’ and Tuesday IS*” May at 2.55 p.m. He will be educated until 5.00pm when he should be collected. For the remainder of the day he is your responsibility and not the school’s. When Li returns home he will have two hours of homework and you are asked to supervise this work to ensure that it is completed and returned to school the following day. The reasons for this decision..Read More
after Li Jean-Luc Harris and his brother stealing off their mum and gambling it down at the local arcades in margate. his mum could no longer deal with them as the pressure from social services, and the task load of the six other children she looked after on her own took a toll on their mum’s mental health issues. Not just this but but the money we stole from mum was the last of her money that she was supposed to use to fund to buy food. putting their mum in a bit of a sticky position. she got back in contact with their father who agreed would take them back into his custody
Li Harris remains on the child protection register, now lives with his father and continues to have enuresis. Continuing to see Dr. Nairac. Li’s behaviour in school is erratic. Additional support with a teaching assistant is in place
although my mum had tried a lot to regulate and care for us, most of my most familiar memories of my father are negative Smashing my mums windows getting arrested trying to push my mum down the stairs him constantly hitting us taking my brother away and forcing him to live there (2 years prior to this) at fathers, the abuse continued. But this time worse. We spent all our time in our rooms, we only left to eat or go to school in most situations and the living accommodation was constantly messy. my school work was getting worse, my appearance was declining and my mental health issues where escalating
After an incident with his father Li Jean-Luc Harris and his brother where given up to the local authority and now will be looked after by social services, this was a very hard time for Li, and caused a lot of stress. The reason this happened was because Li Jean-Luc Harris and his brother had caused so much stress on his current partner at the time she gave the ultimatum that my father should chose either her or give up the children. And my father chose her. the funny thing is this relationship still failed a few weeks later, and although it broke me at the time looking back, this probably was the best thing to happen to me at the time
Li Jean-Luc Harris Becomes a Looked After Child aged 11, on the 20th January 2005 he explains his experiences to be traumatic and one that he we will never forget, both his father dropping him and his brother off to school for the last time and the experiences of crying in his mums arms not know what my future entailed while waiting for my new social worker to arrive. Li Jean-Luc Harris explains this in more depth on his blog post Going into Foster Care Aged 11
Li Jean-Luc Harris moved into a temporary foster care placement with Sally and Peter, who was a family friend. Although he later discovered they was not really friends and that a family member had ran away with sally’s previous husband. Li, felt like they did not suit this placement for him, not only was his Mental health declining massively but he feels he was excluded from the family. for example they had too living rooms one for Sallys family and one for the foster children. due to various health issues around “The Thing” i was constantly in and out of medical appointments. But i refused a lot of treatments and examinations. Li Jean-Luc harris tried to come out as gay while in the care of..Read More
Table Of Contents1 Health And Development2 Emotional wellbeing, identity, self esteem, attachments3 Contact And Family4 Legal Matters Health And Development Li Harris’s general health is good but he suffers from ADHD and, for this reason, sees Dr Nairac at Orchard House. He has been prescribed melatonin for insomnia but is managing without it at present. He eats and sleeps well in the foster home. Li suffers from enuresis and a referral was made to the enuresis clinic. Li also complains of headaches and this should be mentioned to the doctor at the LAC health assessment. Emotional wellbeing, identity, self esteem, attachments There area ongoing concerns about Li’s emotional wellbeing. He has just experienced considerable family upheaval and his distress has been reflected in his disturbed..Read More
Referral received from Inclusion Manager at Drapers Mills. Li is in foster care. A referral has been made regarding concerns over development, low self esteem, poor body image, motor skills and coordination. Li is registered on school action with behaviour being his prime need. Also presents with motor skills problems. He often wears his shoes on the wrong feet and refuses to change. He refuses to participate in activities. Fine motor skills are reported to be poor. He has refused to take part in fizzy groups and he is very sensitive about what he can and cannot do.
Table Of Contents1 Education2 Medical3 Emotional wellbeing, identity1 attachments, self esteem4 Contact and family relationship Education This would be of great concern as Li’s predicated SAT results are less then expected. The interim report provided for today’s meeting gives E for Effort in an subjects and for behaviour. His progress is graded poor, in all subjects except reading where he is graded as satisfactory. ln a couple of areas-handwriting and maths his SATS levels have gone down since September. In the past he has been cooperative and usually cheerful and helpful on a one to one basis but now often refuses to carry out instructions. Teacher has noted that he seems very sensitive to noise, yet he himself is a noisy person and when he..Read More
Li Harris was sent to the office at lunchtime in agony and was in tears. He was adamant he had not fallen, had not been hit or banged himself in any way. However, his shoulder was extremely painful and he would not let anyone near him to check this out. He said he had been running across the playground, then got really bad pains. He was very upset that he might not be able to go swimming and sat in the office for a while with an ice pack on his shoulder. He said he wanted to go back to class and sit with Mr Smith. A little while later Mr Smith phoned and said he was in agony and would we phone foster carer..Read More
Attended A&E with a left shoulder injury. Li 9.52am reported that he was running along and flung his arm back yesterday whilst in the playground at school. Following examination and x-ray it was discovered that there was a fracture of the left Clavicle, which was discussed with the carer. She had stated that Li was on the trampoline yesterday and had been throwing himself down onto his shoulder and did not appear to have any injury at that point. suggested that it could be an airline fracture which split open when running read the post Broke my collarbone Aged 10 | Life Stories 005
Mrs Johnson (carer) came to let us know that Li has in fact broken his collar bone and asked what had happened. I confirmed that despite close questioning by Mrs Hill and myself Li Harris was adamant he had not had a fall, trip, knock or anything similar therefore no accident form had been completed as – according to what we had been told – no accident had happened. She said she had been questioned by the hospital as they say running across the playground would not cause such an injury. He is in a lot of pain. Not in today, has hospital appointment on Wednesday morning.
Attended enuresis clinic with Dr. Saffi-Ullah accompanied by foster carer. Advice given for primary nocturnal Enuresis. Li and his carer were given several options and opted for Desmomelt medication.
adoption medical performed by Dr. Saffi-Ullah Recommendations had been; ongoing support for emotional and behavioural health and ADHD ongoing support for special educational needs ongoing support for nocturnal enuresis ongoing support for vision checks
Letter received from Health Educational Needs, stating that they are considering whether to carry out a statutory assessment for special educational needs on Li.
OVERALL EFFORT FOR THE YEAR A = working very hard; B = good effort: C = satisfactory effort: D = poor effort: E = only works when pushed. PROCRESS (relative to your child’s ability) 1 = making good progress: 2 = making satisfactory progress; 3 = making poor progress. OVERALL BEHAVIOUR FOR THE YEAR A = behaves well all the time; B = behaves well most of the time; C = satisfactory behaviour: D = some behaviour concerns: E = disrupts teaching and learning Medical Note(s) Ethnicity: Home Language: White – English English Religion: Data Protection Act 1998: The school is registered under the Data Protection Act for holding personal data. The school has a duty to protect this information and to keep it up..Read More
CAMHS report; Attended a review with Health Health Record Dr Nairac Consultant Psychiatrist with foster carer. Continue with EquasymXL 30 mls daily. Dr. Nairac requested he kept posted as there may be a change of placement. Also just started Hereson School and reading age is quite delayed. Reported to be growing and eating well. Enuresis continues
After Li Jean-Luc Harris spent around 10 months with Sally, the placement finally ended, and Li partied as they drove away. Although nervous about the next placement Li was hopeful that the next placement would not be as bad as the last one. Li Jean-Luc Harris strongly believes that from the start this placement was a massive mistake! and that social services should have made better judgement that this Foster Care Placement would not have been successful
Li Harris Considers His Placement With Carol And John to be one of the most influential times in his childhood. where he was able to discover himself, his feelings and start the process of healing although you can read the full blog post about Li Jean-Luc Harris and his experiences with Carol and John At My Second Foster Care Placement With Carol And John
Attended clinic appointment with Dr. Saffi-Ullah, Paediatrician, accompanied by his new foster carer. Li has been treated with different local cream, anti fungal, for the infection in his Redacted by author “The Thing” and is awaiting an appointment with a dermatologist. Dr Saffi-Ullah. Did inspect his Redacted by author “The Thing” which revealed there was some soreness and oedema, although there was no discharge. No other significant systemic findings. Prescription for oral Metronidazole was given today and also Augmentin for the infection.
Li was seen by Dr Baron at the paediatric dermatology clinic. Li was reported by his carers to have an Offensive smell. Dr Baron was not able to detect any odour and could not find any evidence of a problem. Skin swab taken – some bacteria detected. HIV test result – negative. He has been given a 6 months open appointment.
Li Jean-Luc Harris Joins Scouts and joins the 14th Broadstairs Scout Group He attends weekly and take parts in some physical activities, although he has struggled to get on with some people and did have to move group at one point. Li Harris Dose gain a few badges, but dose not want to do camp. Li suggests this could be both because he would struggle with technology and because of his ongoing enuresis issues which would cause him embarrassment. he remembers partaking in a robot wars event where they built robots out of MDF Which would fight each other and Scouts got talent where they sang Waterproofs a Chris Moyles parody with his scout group.
Foster carer had contacted Paediatrician regarding concerns and the smell in his Redacted by Author – “the thing” and infection. She reports the smell was very bad and he is bathing twice a day. Advice requested. Paediatrician advised to go and see GP for treatment
Table Of Contents1 CHILDREN OR YOUNG PERSON’S PARTICIPATION IN THE REVIEW PROCESS:2 HAVE THE DECISIONS REACHED AT THE LAST REVIEW DATED (19/09/08) BEEN ACTED UPON?3 PLACEMENT or HOME SITUATION4 SOCIAL ACTIVITIES/SPORTS/FRIENDSHIPS5 EDUCATION6 HEAL TH AND DEVELOPMENT7 EMOTIONAL WELLBEING, IDENTITY, SELF ESTEEM, ATTACHMENTS8 CONTACT AND FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS9 Legal Matters10 CARE PLANNING11 Care Plan CHILDREN OR YOUNG PERSON’S PARTICIPATION IN THE REVIEW PROCESS: Li did not want separate time with the IRO but participated throughout. HAVE THE DECISIONS REACHED AT THE LAST REVIEW DATED (19/09/08) BEEN ACTED UPON? Social Worker has spent time getting to know Li. There has been no liaison from Nicky but Carol thompson has been following up Li’s health needs. PEP was held on 02/03/09. Dyslexia screening has not taken place Li seeks..Read More
Name of pupil: Li Harris Form INCIDENT: Li has stolen a school laptop and attempted to disguise it by using a black permanent marker to go over the school logo and asset number. He has installed an illegal copy of Windows 7. His carer found the laptop and returned it to the school. This laptop had been marked as missing on the schools asset register. We suspect Li has been stealing charged batteries as he does not have a charger lead for it. The value of this asset is £729. Reported by Jaimie Ives To: From: Jenny Downs Sent: 08 December 2010 09:15 To: Jaimie Ives Subject: RE: Li Harris incident sheet Importance: High Hi, Thanks for the report. Can you tell me which dept..Read More
Kent County Council – Social Services Department Closure/Transfer Summary New Social Worker, February 2010
Table Of Contents1 Date, Source and details of referral2 Significant Changes in People or Circumstances since referral3 Actions Taken and other Resources Deployed4 Aims Achieved5 Reasons for Closure/ Transfer Date, Source and details of referral Li Jean-Luc Harris has suffered emotional abuse living with both parents individually and together. He has witnessed domestic violence by his parents and by mother’s previous and present partners. Redacted by Social Services Redacted by Author – sensitive Family Information Li and brother were accommodated on 28/01/08 at request of father. LA were in process of initiating care proceedings following negative parenting assessment of father. Li and brother moved to father’s care on 28/08 after request by mother who holds Residence Order for them. Father had not seen Li and..Read More
ttended clinic with Dr. Sarmah. Li Health Health record attended with his foster carer following a referral for a history of current UTls and male odorous Redacted by author -“The Thing” etc. Li has had a long standing history of Redacted by author -“The Thing” infection and a smelly Redacted by author -“The Thing“, receiving previously several courses of antibiotics particular Metronidazole to help keep his skin infection at bay. The foster carer reported that she has found blood in his clothing and at times in his bed, arranging from a small to a large quantity. Li would not say where the blood had come from and would not allow an examination. Dr Sarmah wrote that Li is not very communicative and he is at..Read More
Email From Li Harris’s Social Worker To Head Of The Ellington and hearson school (RE: Teacher calling Li A Retard)
Listen to this article: From: [email protected] [mailto:[email protected] k] Sent: 29 June 2010 09:02 To: Jackie Simpson Cc; Jenny Downs Subject: RE: L Harris DoB: 30/11/1996 – Fixed Term Exclusion & Reported Incident Importance: High For the attention of Tony Hamson. Dear Mr Hamson I am the case holding social worker for the above mentioned child. Please can I have detials of the incident that resulted in this decision. I would also like clarification on why he was excluded two days after the incident. In addition, following L.H’s LAC Review it was highlighted that there had not been any feedback given to L.H. and his foster carer regarding his complaint about a teacher that had called him a “retard” on more than one occasions. Ms Downs..Read More
Assessment. Recommendations had been. For professional meeting to discuss the way forward regarding lack of resolution for derma logical condition To encourage to improve dental hygiene To refer to speech and language therapy Health Promotion leaflets given
Li attended the joint enuresis clinic with Dr Saffi-Ullah accompanied by foster carer. Being seen in clinic for his nocturnal enuresis. Was last review ed in January 2010. He has been using Desmomelt 250 mgs daily at night. He was advised to have a trial off of Desmomelt when he attended the last review clinic in order to assess further need.
Listen to this Article: INCIDENT: Li managed to get hold of the BIOS password for some of our computers. He then decided to change the password on about 12 computers around the school forcing the computer to require a password to Startup. This meant the technicians had to change the password on nearly 500 computers and reset the passwords on the affected computers all of which took over 7 hours to complete. Reported by Jaimie Ives
Attended a Clinic at QEQM Hospital accompanied by foster carer attendenced regarding blood in clothing and sheets. some blod tests have been performed FBS UNE TFT and LFT bone profile and CRP all normal. Urine dipstick also performed – no signs of infection. The foster carer had reported there had been spots of blood on bed sheets once or twice every week, they appear to be fresh with no foul smell. no complaints of vomiting or abdomal pain. Li has been dry at night for 3 months. he refusesed a clinical examination today therefor paediatrician was unable to asses if there had been any local injury causing hte bleeding. case was discussed with Dr. Sarmah. and they await hte outcome of the professional meeting.
Table Of Contents1 Main Review1.1 Highlight any other outstanding health/developmental needs/issues not referred to above and whether any changes are needed to the current health care arrangements1.2 Highlight child/young person’s achievements in school since last review (both academic and non academic achievements)1.3 Comment on quality of the attachment between child/young person and carers1.4 Highlight any issues/concerns regarding child/young person’s sense of identity, social presentation, religion, language, culture, sexuality, disability, gender2 INDEPENDENT REVIEWING OFFICER’S (IRO) SUMMARY OF DISCUSSION2.1 CHILD/YOUNG PERSON’S PARTICIPATION IN THE REVIEW PROCESS:2.2 HAVE THE DECISIONS REACHED AT THE LAST REVIEW BEEN ACTED UPON?2.3 PLACEMENT or HOME SITUATION2.4 SOCIAL ACTIVITIES/SPORTS/FRIENDSHIPS2.5 EDUCATION3 EMOTIONAL WELLBEING, IDENTITY, SELF ESTEEM, ATTACHMENTS4 CONTACT AND FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS4.1 LEGAL MATTERS5 CARE PLANNING6 Care Plan7 Discussions / Recommendations Main Review Highlight any..Read More
Maths 93b OH Small group sectioned off from main group (6 Pupils) No room available so worked in open plan area. Li Harris noticed one of the computers was not working and kept touching it, fiddling with the keyboard. i tried everything from turning it off to moving him but he was obsessed. saying he knew the password & Could get it working. managed to get some work out of him but by the end of the lesson he had given the password to *Redacted by the Ellington and Hearson school* and when the bell went of they managed to mess up two computers. not an ideal place to work but as from tomorrow SH06 will be available Li + Redacted by the Ellington and..Read More
Listen to the article: Name of pupil: Li Harris Form: LE5 Date: 24/11/10 INCIDENT: Reported by: D Sear When asked to get laptops Li came back with one then told me that he wasn’t allowed to use computer so he assumed a laptop was ok. When I asked him who had said that he couldn’t use one he told me ‘Mr Smith, the computer technician!’ I didn’t know that he had been banned. I emailed Jaimie Ives who said that it was R Sancto who had banned Li’s computer use. Li kept trying to show the other boys in the class how to use a password to get onto another computer system. I moved the other boys away from him and made Li return his..Read More
Name of pupil Li Harris Year 9LES Date: 26/11/2010 Incident: Small group sectioned off off for math’s lesions Li came in bragging he had messed up lots of computers comparing his efforts with the others. as he had given them the code language. very sexual. constant referral to cock sucking, “Bushes” an hand movements. sent him out to calm down. Chris daily spoke to him regarding it and sent him back . in saying he was only saying things to embarrass me. li then said things about Redacted name by Ellington and Hereson school, mother, Redacted name by Ellington and Hereson school, retarded. li picked up a chair above his head and threatened Redacted name by Ellington and Hereson school with it. i sent li..Read More
Maths 93B OH art mobile Li Harris constantly eating sweets and drinking ” Coloured water” very hyper – AL. Sat with him all lesson but not much work completed language very “Flowery Coming from “3 Redacted names” And always with a sexual reference.
Listen to the Article: Mary Anthony From: Jenny Downs 29 November 2010 13:29 Mary Anthony Subject: RE: Li Harris Sent: To: problem with Li coming out of another lesson is where is he going to go and what is going to be ‘Joing? Also if he is being sent out of more lessons it appears he is not coping as well as he once was. From: Mary Anthony Sent: 29 November 2010 12:26 To: Jenny Downs Subject: RE: Li Harris Due to the report we got from Roger re li, can you get Roger to come to this with you- you lead, but you both need to be aware I think. Is that a good idea ? You don’t have to agree-l want your opinion..Read More
Name Of Pupil Li Harris Form LE5 date 1/12/10 Reported by Odette Humphries Li Harris was in a small math’s group but refused to work, class allowed to listen to music once work set as it seems to settle them. Li then suggested a song to *Redacted name* who put it on. the language was not appropriate so I turned it off. *Redacted name* blamed this on li and the next minuet li went for *Redacted Name* I tried to calm the situation but li walked out the room throwing *Redacted name* Work on the floor and switching out the light. I went to the door and followed by *redacted name* Li Came in the room turned the table and picked it up and threatened..Read More
From: Sent: Jenny Downs dlecember201012:07 To: Mary Subject: Li Harris Hi. Just had Li’s carer on the phone, she has found a laptop at home that she thinks belongs to the school. She says that black permanent marker pen has been applied all over the top, she believes to try and disguise it is a school one. She also thinks perhaps he took it to try and use the battery in his one at home because she found the battery in a different place to the machine. said would ask staff to check their trolleys to see if one is missing. Carer is going to return it a.s.a.p Jenny
Simon From: Jenny Downs Sent: 05 January 2011 14:05 To: Hannah Pearce; Simon Francis Subject: Li Harris ● Hi Happy New Year There is a meeting next week with social services could you please give me some comments on the following Behaviour Attitude Peers Work Homework Concerns Thank you Jenny From: Simon Francis Sent: 05 January 2011 14:40 To: Jenny Downs Subject: RE: Li Harris Hi Jenny, Li is not working well at all. He has become disinterested in his work and his attitude is appalling when asked to get on. He say he does not understand but is capable of letting the others know what they are doing. His attitude to his peers is also getting worse and at times he has started to..Read More
Name of pupil: Li Harris Form; LE5 Date: 05/01/11 INCIDENT: Reported by: D Sear Constantly shouting making it impossible to teach, making racist comments about Redacted s step dad. E.g. ‘He eats dog!’ The other boys then joined in and would not listen when I asked them to stop.
Maths 93b – Art Mobile Li Harris refused to do any work, wrote in his book “aint doing any work until i go back to miss Stevens class” Language is foul also stoped others working. mr Carnell trying to work in the next room continually coming in to quite them down
Maths 93b SG06 Li Harris again refusing to do work very rude, insulting Redacted name by ellington and hereson school twice. Li Upturned a table out of his seat and then just as mr Doyle arrived he was threatening Redacted name by ellington and hereson school then answered me back. removed from lesson for the rest of the week by CB rest of group settled and completed work though very chatty
Name of pupil: Li Harris Form: _9.2 B Date 01/02/11 INCIDENT: Reported by – Melanie ART Stupid disruptive behaviour, no respect shown towards staff or other pupils in class. Stopping teaching and learning. He refuses to stay quiet at the start of the lesson making it impossible to take register and introduce lesson. This happens every lesson in art! It is impossible to get him to do anything! Class mates have complained about how continually disruptive he is in EVERY lesson. Please can I have some support or advice. Follow up Action SET DETENTION – TUE 8™ FEB – LETTER SENT HOME
Table Of Contents1 Meeting2 Actions:3 Present Meeting Carol stated that Li last saw Dr Nairac a year ago and he just prescribed medication. Social Worker advised that she has not received an update from Dr Nairac as yet. Re: Assessment. Head of Year gave an update on Li. He is on a target sheet each week. Li is not always getting the report cards/ sheet signed. Li has tried at every opportunity to hack into the school computer system. Li has an obsession with Bin Laden. in a recent lesson around careers, Li discussed bun laden hack into the pentagon when Bin Laden. Oaktree stated that considering his childhood Li fascination around a connection of being terrorised to terrorism. Head Of Year advised that work..Read More
After a lot of fear had built up inside of me after My First Foster carers Sally and Peter denied my sexuality and 3 more attempts after this, which i later redacted due to fear of rejection Li Jean-Luc Harris finally announced to the world that he was Gay And Proud. my outing happened over 3 stages. and this is the exact message i had sent to my family on the finaly attempt to tell the world i was gay (Unedited for authenticity as I was a lot worse at grammar and spelling then) hi… and once again i am writing to you for to long now i have been hideing who i am for to long i have been pretending to be someone that..Read More
Clinical Note Author Unknown (Migrated) Type Unknown (Migrated) – Unknown (Migrated) Summary Social Worker Note Date Date 27/04/2012 Time 16:31 Entered: 27/04/2012 16:39 Clinical Note: TDD AMPH BACKUP CONTACT: 16.00: T/C to Karly Ratcliffe, SW for Li ) *Redacted By “NHS Sussex Partnership” – she said that MHA Assessment should take place today as Dr Nairac (CAMHS) stopped all of Li’s medication yesterday and feels that the foster carers won’t be able to cope over the weekend. 16.10: T/C to Children’s Services – spoke to Administration, Michelle Lane – she will sent over chronology, assessments and any other useful documentation for us. Li is on full care order granted 14.07.08) 16.20: T/C to Karly to gather more information; she said she has now spoken to..Read More
I was Admitted to Kent and Medway Adolescent Unit, Woodland House Tonbridge you can read the full blog post here -> Sectioned under the mental health act aged 15. At Kent and Medway adolescence hospital, (woodland House) Staplehurst Kent (KMAH)
01/05/2012 21:00 General – STaR/Support Worker Title:Night Shift LH has been nursed on int.obs. He was quiet on the ward in the evening and spoke very little. Once settled in his room he at first appeared red eyed as if he had been crying and support was offered but he refused. Appeared to settle to sleep by midnight and has remained settled. —————————–Confirmed By RClack, 02/05/2012 01/05/2012 19:00 Occupational Therapy Title: Group Name: Music Jam OT Intervention: creative expression Li attended this group for its entire duration and appeared to be of positive mood throughout. He interacted well with both staff and peers and attempted to learn some techniques using the bass guitar and reading guitar tabs. —————————-02 May 2012 11:27, Chris Snipp Event By:..Read More
02/05/2012 21:00 General – STaR/Support Worker Title:Night Shift LH has been nursed on 1-1 eyesight observations. He was self isolative but responded when approached in conversation. He retired to bed at 22.30hrs and once in bed found it very difficult to settle and took until 00.30hrs until he appeared asleep. His arms and hands were seen above his duvet at all times. He was observed to be tapping the top of his right hand as if rythmically; as if to music in his head but these episodes lasted no more than 2 minutes a time. —————————–Confirmed By RClack@, 03/05/2012 02/05/2012 19:10 Inpatient – Nursing Title:Late Shift Li generally appeared to be euthymic in mood. He was quiet at times; but at other times he interacted..Read More
03/05/2012 23:59 Inpatient – Nursing Title:Night Shift Li presented as tense at the beginning of the shift saying he found it too intrusive being on eyesight observations. He said he did not understand the reasons for these observations and he is used to a high level of privacy during which he can use his computer. He said he would discharge himself as he is not detained, RChapman explained that Social services wanted him to remain here, he expressed frustration wanting to know why he is being observed. It was explained that this is to maintain his safety and to gain an understanding of his self harm, Li said that he had not told anyone in the last three years and he would not now. RChapman..Read More
04/05/2012 23:59 Inpatient – Nursing Title:Night Shift Li remains on eyesight observations, which he expresses his frustrations with. However he has been pleasant on approach laughing and joking with staff at times, including how he got his middle names and how he had been knocked out when he got into a fight at school. Li stated he is worried that he is losing business as a website designer whilst he is in hospital and he is frustrated by this. He stated that he is NEVER going to disclose his self harming behaviour and staff are wasting their time keeping him here, he asked if he could have leave so he can use a computer, explaining to staff the different types of browser. Li went to..Read More
05/05/2012 23:59 Inpatient – Nursing Title:Night Shift Li was in the games room at the start of the shift watching a film with some of his peers, he then moved to the dining area where he chatted with peers until 23:00. Li initially said that he wasn’t going to go to sleep and had been talking about wanting to discharge himself tonight. It was explained that the doctor on call would be unlikely to say that he could go home and would most likely sya that he needed to wait until his consultant was in on Tuesday. Li was also told that because of the time that he was asking it would be unlikely that he would be discharged and that he would be better..Read More
06/05/2012 21:00 Inpatient – Nursing Title:Night shift Li has been nursed safely on 1:1 observations. He was watching a film in the evening in the games room with peers, laughing appropriately. He said a few times how much he hated being on 1:1 and he wanted to request his discharge on tuesday when he could see the doctor, and if he couldnt wanted to at least be off of 1:1, and it was at night that it was the worst as he hated someone watching him sleep. Li went up to bed at around 23.00 and appeared asleep by 23.30 and has slept throughout the night. —————————–Confirmed By LNorman@, 07/05/2012 06/05/2012 20:00 Inpatient – Nursing Title:Late shift Li has been observed to be bright in..Read More
07/05/2012 21:00 Inpatient – Nursing Title:Night shift Li appears to be bright in mood interacting and engaging well, he requested for his PRN risperidone 0.5mg he said he is feeing anxoius and agitated. He retires to bed at 2230 and appears to have slept through the night —————————–Confirmed By OOgunode@, 08/05/2012 07/05/2012 18:20 Inpatient – Nursing Title:Late shift Li has been nursed within eyesight of staff, he was asleep at the start of the shift and when he woke he stated he was bored and wanted to go home so that he could get on a computer. We spoke about his social life and Li said he saw friends occasionally but did not have them home but preferred to go to his friends houses, when..Read More
08/05/2012 21:36 Inpatient – Nursing Title:TW Shift Li appeared low having spoke with Dr G this afternoon. He was upset that he about being on 1:1 as he complains it makes him feel anxious. Li spoke on the phone to his mum for a short while and said it was nice to speak to her. Despite wanting to leave and Li’s dislike of being on 1:1, he has appeared quite bright in mood generally, smiling, laughing and chatting to staff and peers. —————————–Confirmed By LLock@, 08/05/2012 08/05/2012 19:00 Occupational Therapy Title: Group Name: Music Jam OT Intervention: creative epression Li joined this group approximately 15 minutes before its end after seeing a dog that had been brought to visit the ward. Whilst in the group..Read More
Event By: Ragnhild Banton 09/05/2012 21:00 Inpatient – Nursing Title:Night shift Li had a quiet night, he interact and engages well with peers. Join in playing games as well. He appears to be flat in mood. H e retires to bed at 2130 and was observed to be asleep but he toss around while asleep. —————————–Confirmed By OOgunode@, 09/05/2012 18:30 Inpatient – Nursing Title:Late Shift Li has been nursed safely on 1:1 observations. He has been walking around the unit quite alot and has said that he feels a bit hyperactive so spent a little time reading which he said calmed him down a bit. He has also been “karate chopping” tables and sides with his hands and has said that when he feels angry..Read More
0/05/2012 23:00 Inpatient – Nursing Title:Night duty Li was euthymic in mood at the start of the shift, he responded to greeting appropriately. Went to bed promptly at 22:30 and slept throughout, remains on 1:1 eye sight observation, slept throughout the shift, nil eventful shift. —————————–Confirmed By NReid@, 10/05/2012 19:31 Inpatient – Nursing Title:1:1 Li took the offer of 1:1, because he felt stressed and wanting to get ‘things of his chest’. In particular he was stressed out because he was put under section; and he had to talk about difficult topics during his first therapy session. Staff acknowledged the difficulties that he was facing, and discussed the positives of what was stressing him out. Li was able to acknowledge that being here longer, meant..Read More
11/05/2012 21:00 Inpatient – Nursing Title:Night shift Li remains nursed on 1:1 eye sight observation. At the start of t he shift he was on the phone to the foster mum, mum ask to speak to a member of staff, which was done. She wanted to know what the procedure for coming to visit the ward, she was told and also told her because he is on sec2 of MHA and doesn’t have sec17 leave he would not be allowed out this weekend to sit with them in the reception but rather they would have to come in to the ward and also they would not be able to bring younger sibling with them as they would also not be allowed on to the unit...Read More
2/05/2012 23:59 Inpatient – Nursing Title:Night shift Li stated at the start of the shift that he was tired and wanted to go to bed. He went up to his room at 21:15 after getting his clean clothes from the laundry room and clean sheets for his bed, which he made on his own. He was observed to be asleep at 21:40 and to sleep throughout the night. —————————–Confirmed By CMcKenzie@, 13/05/2012 12/05/2012 19:05 Inpatient – Nursing Title:Late shift Li has been nursed within eyesight of staff and has presented as euthymic in mood. He has spent the afternoon and evening playing on the xbox, sleeping on the sofa or watching the television. He declines when staff have suggested that he participates in activities. —————————–Confirmed..Read More
13/05/2012 23:59 Inpatient – Nursing Title:Night shift Li was observed to be euthymic in mood during the evening. He went to bed at the start of the shift and was observed to be asleep at 22:30 and to sleep throughout the night. —————————–Confirmed By CMcKenzie@, 14/05/2012 13/05/2012 22:19 Inpatient – Nursing Title:Twilight Shift Li’s mood appeared to euthymic during the day, and bright in the evening. His time was spent watching a film, playing on the xbox and having a visit with his foster carers. He reported that he was feeling ‘not too bad’, and that his visit went well. He ate adequately, and interacted well with staff and some of his peers. —————————–Confirmed By HLee1@, 13/05/2012 13/05/2012 15:15 CC/Main Contact Title: I met with..Read More
Table Of Contents1 Main Looked After Child Review1.1 Any illnesses or hospital admissions since last review? Yes. If yes, details1.2 Highlight any other outstanding health/developmental needs/issues not referred to above and whether any changes are needed to the current health care arrangements1.3 Have there been any change~ in school/nursery since last review? Yes. If yes, details including date of change1.4 Highlight child/young person’s achievements in school since last review (both academic and non academic achievements)1.5 Highlight any concerns or outstanding issues regarding child/young person’s education, learning, language and social development and whether there need to be any changes to the current arrangements for child/young person1.6 Where appropriate, has life story work been completed? No. If no, when will this be done and by whom?1.7 Comment..Read More
From: Nairac Bertrand (EAST KENT HOSPITALS UNIVERSITY NHS FOUNDATION TRUST) Sent: 12 July 2012 12:38 RE: Update Nairac Bertrand (EAST KENT HOSPITALS UNIVERSITY NHS FOUNDATION TRUST) Sent: 12 July 2012 12:38 To: Garrett, Helen [ Cc: Bennett Wayne (EAST KENT HOSPITALS UNIVERSITY NHS FOUNDATION TRUST); Marlow, Elizabeth [ Importance: High Dear Dr Garrett Re: LH I shall not be able to attend the CPA this afternoon. Issues to think about:- As above (I shall not be able to attend the CPA this afternoon). I have not been able to visit since the first CPA. I have not spoken to Li Harris since one telephone call soon after that visit. On one level I had to put my foot down against LH trying to engage in..Read More
While in hospital, Carol and John was told they had to end the placement by my social worker, and the local authority due to concerns that they would not be able to provide the right care for me and my mental health Read my blog to find out more -> The Breakdown Of My Second Foster Care Placement
Table Of Contents1 Any illness or hospitalisations since the last review yes, if yes, details2 Highlight any other outstanding health/developmental needs/issues not referred to above and whether any changes are needed to thek current health arrangements3 Have there been any changes in school/nursery since last review? | If yes, details including date of change4 Number of school days missed this academic year Highlight child/young person’s achievements in school since last review (both academic and non academic achievements)5 Highlight any concerns or outstanding issues regarding child/young person’s education, learning, language and social development and whether there need to be any changes to the current arrangements for chlld/young person6 Where appropriate, has lifestory work been completed? if no, when will this be done and by whom?7 Comment..Read More
RISK ASSESSMENT: Li has been nursed on general observations throughout this week, is spending significant periods of time off the ward. Li has now been stopped from spending time in reception without staff supervision. This is due to him ‘boasting’ that he is able to hack into the computer in reception, and team members reporting they have seen him sitting at the computer. Li has also taken things from the desk in reception such as post it notes and cellotape, the latter being used to tie others up and a peer used it to wrap around her neck. Bedding: Some staining possibly blood smear seen when his bedding was changed on the 28th no visible wounds, Li continues to have episodes of nocturnal enuresis. Li..Read More
Li Jean-Luc Harris is Discharged From Kent and Medway Adolescent Unit, Woodland House Tonbridge you can read the full post at -> Sectioned under the mental health act aged 15. At Kent and Medway adolescence hospital, (woodland House) Staplehurst Kent (KMAH)
After Li Jean-Luc Harris Was Discharged from the mental health hospital it was agreed upon that he should move to Verona House in Herne Bay, Part of Pilgrims corner at the time. Li was very reluctant in this placement and would be very disruptive and dismissive. Li Discloses this was as he felt like he had all his freedoms still removed. he was not allowed a computer or phone. which made him feel very isolated. His Mental Health dose continue to get worse. with a few self harm incidents (Cutting his arms and punching walls) although Li Harris did learn how to manage his life without any medication during this period of time marking and end to what he refers to as a “A Medicated..Read More
At10:45 Li came to talk to me about his computer time this time I was in another young person’s bed room. I saw Lt wiping his right index finger; I asked Li what was wrong with his finger; he said he had a cut on his finger. I asked how did it happened he said he saw his finger bleeding while at the Library but he couldn’t recall how it happened. I offered Li first aid and asked Li to keep the plaster on in for how and I said to Li i will fill the accident form and he will need to sign it, Li said is just a little cut it doesn’t need to go in the accident book; I explained to Li..Read More
Table Of Contents1 observation of mood commencing the Session:2 Targeted outcomes for session to include activities for following week:3 Sessional content:4 Observed mood, behaviour, levels of positive engagement and inclusion of session: observation of mood commencing the Session: Li was prepared to engage openly and appeared both calm and relaxed. Targeted outcomes for session to include activities for following week: To discuss Li’s concerns regarding being bullied and called names. Sessional content: 1. I spoke with Li about the complaint that he had made regarding two other young people that he had been to the caravan with over the half term period. He had informed staff that they had been calling him names and making homophobic type comments towards Li. I praised Li for being..Read More
Table Of Contents1 Observation of mood commencing the session:2 Targeted outcomes for session to include activities for following week:3 Sessional content: Observation of mood commencing the session: Li was prepared to discuss matters in an open and mature fashion. Targeted outcomes for session to include activities for following week: 1. To discuss the points raised from Li’s consultation paper. Sessional content: 1. Li stated that he felt the home was ‘unhomely’ due to the rules that had to be followed. He also added that he thought the home was dull. When I responded to Li he did state that he appreciated that rules, boundaries and expectations needed to be In place irrespective of whether he lived at home or at Verona House, and that it..Read More
Whilst myself JL, and WG was attempting to hold the children’s house meeting Li was very disruptive and constantly talking over staff members and YP’s. Li was asked on several occasions to stop this and to participate appropriately within the meeting but Li continued with his behaviour. This led to the house meeting being cancelled half way through
All day Li’s behaviour has been very up and down. Li has said several times today that he is not happy here and is leaving tomorrow. Following dinner Li was asked by me, JL, to help out with the chores. Li repeatedly said no and that he did not care about the rules. I, JL, explained to Li Harris that if he did not help then he would not be having his laptop as this is a requirement of him. Li again said no and that he did not care what happened to him as he would be leaving tomorrow. Later that evening Li went to his room and packed all of his belongings up. Li has told staff that he is going to call..Read More
Table Of Contents1 Observation of mood commencing the session:2 Targeted outcomes for session to include activities for following week:3 Sessional content:4 Observed mood, behaviour, levels of positive engagement and conclusion of session Observation of mood commencing the session: Li appeared happy and relaxed Targeted outcomes for session to include activities for following week: To discuss points raised Sessional content: Li raised the point of his moving to the other unit as he felt it would benefit him more. Li has stated on a number of occasions that he is unhappy at Verona House and would like to move on, maybe to another foster family or to the other unit. I asked Li what was it that he did not like, and he said there was..Read More
Table Of Contents1 Observation of mood commencing the session:2 Targeted outcomes for session to include activities for following week:3 Sessional content: Observation of mood commencing the session: Li was prepared to engage openly and appeared both calm and relaxed. Targeted outcomes for session to include activities for following week: How Li Is feeling currently. Li’s thoughts regarding using the gym again. Incontinence. Sessional content: I spoke with Li about how he is feeling at the moment, as he appears to be a little up and down in his mood and physical presentation. LI shared with me that he is feeling ‘ok’ at the moment, certainly better than he was feeling a week or so ago. He went on to add that he does still want..Read More
Table Of Contents1 observation of mood commencing The session:2 Targeted outcomes for session to include activities for following week:3 Sessional content: observation of mood commencing The session: I asked to have a chat with Li about his future and how he feels about the prospect of moving on from Verona House. He was not too keen to engage but participated in the conversation nevertheless. Targeted outcomes for session to include activities for following week: To discuss what Li should be aiming to achieve with regards to preparing himself appropriately for moving on to semi independence. Sessional content: I asked Li what he thought he should be looking to achieve over the coming weeks, to evidence that he is well prepared to move on to semi..Read More
After pilgrims corner explored all possibilities to get Li Jean-Luc Harris to abide by the rules and prepare for independence , Li feels like he had to bend all the rules to move out this placement and was in his own words, a living nightmare to deal with, eventually 28 Days notice was served, Li Harris Leaves Verona House in Herne bay on the 1st March 2013, and moves to Gravesend with a semi-independence Placement Independence-Development Limited
Li Jean-Luc Harris got his wish to move out of Pilgrims corner and now resides at a semi-independence placement in Gravesend Called Edwin Therapeutic Unit With Independence-Development Ltd. Li is now expected to food shop, budget for himself, clean his clothes and room, cook his own meals and more. it is ran by Dr Michael Olydemi Chartered Psychologist Li Harris is happy because he has now got more freedom, can have the technology he wants and has ambitions to start college in September.
Li Harris found his mental health was rapidly declining due to one of the residents in placement who was going through sever mental health episodes and was very loud and destructive at times. Li Harris was heading to contact with family one evening and he told them they had to find him a new placement who would not return. Dr. Michael Olydemi made the decision to transfer Li Within the company to another House Simon House therapeutic Unit Based in Rochester, Medway where Li Remained for the remainder of his time with Independence Development Ltd.
Li Jean-Luc Harris Studies BETEC Level 2 first diploma in ICT at MidKent College, he makes good progress and enjoys studying with like-minded people.
Li Jean-Luc Harris wanted to keep himself busy and develop some self confidence and working skills. therefor he decided to start Volunteering at Oxfam Rochester where he sometimes completed 3 / 4 shifts a week. he was well liked and got on well with the staff. He Manged the tills, Cashed up, helped organise the and prepare items for sale. supported and offered advice to customers And Much More.
Table Of Contents1 BE HEALTHY/STAY SAFE1.1 Targets from last week and comments:2 ENJOY AND ACHIEVE2.1 Targets from last week and comments:3 MAKING A POSITIVE CONTRIBUTION3.1 Targets from last week and comments:4 ACHIEVE ECONOMIC WELL BEING4.1 Targets from last week and comments:5 PSYCHOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT AND WELL-BEING5.1 Targets from last week and comments:6 Targets for this week (or suggestion to Keyworker): BE HEALTHY/STAY SAFE Targets from last week and comments: Target Achieved Not Achieved 1. PERSONAL HYGIENE Achieved 2. MAINTAIN HEALTHY BALANCED DIET Achieved 3. APPOINTMENTS ATTENDED Achieved Comments: Li Tends to his personal hygiene this week, every time he wakes up in the morning he had a bath, washed his hair and brush his teeth. When he go out he dressed..Read More
I became homeless due to running out of places to sofa surf and my mum kicking me out due to increasing concerns around my alcohol and drug usage. you can read the whole story and find out more about this at https://lookedafterchild.com/how-i-become-homeless-aged-18-and-addicted-to-drugs/#how_i_became_homeless
it felt like forever, and for sure it was not a short time that i spent camping the winter nights in the woods. but my perseverance managed to help. it was finally admitted that the council had a responsibility to home me and placed me in the Glenwood Hotel for 8 months. you can read more about this part of my life at. https://lookedafterchild.com/how-i-become-homeless-aged-18-and-addicted-to-drugs/#getting_emergency_housing
after 4 years blogging Li Jean-Luc Harris funds looked after child to make his website more targeted towards care leavers, this not only helps with his appearance online but allows him to open up the platform to more people so that he can build a collection of care stories from professionals and other care leavers. and to create a knowledge base and courses in the future.
After a successful first year, Li Jean-Luc Harris builds a new brand for Looked After child including new logos, and strict brand guidelines as well as becoming compliant in GDPR UK Laws. New features released including upcoming events, and proposal to update Li Jean-Luc Harris’s timeline into a better layout Read Rebranding / Website Changes for more information
Li Jean-Luc Harris Takes his first trip outside of the UK and went with his partner Josh Evans to Japan from the 1st and 15th of June 2023 with some friends of his. Li Harris explains that this first trip was something that was a real Eye Opener and allowed him to appreciate other cultures. he found japan to be very unique with its Etiquette and the level of respect they hold for others was a very nice change to what he has experience in the UK View the entire photo album by clicking This URL it will redirect you to our “Photo Gallery”
Form 8 LE6 Date 6/7/10 Name of pupil: Li Harris INCIDENT: Reported by Jenny Downs During sports day I observed Li with a large branch from a tree which had a pointed end, he used this to threaten a couple of boys. I called to Li to stop and asked him to give me the branch he said ‘no’ and marched off, as he was walking away he again threatened other boys with the branch holding it above his head and taking the stance to strike and stepping forward, as though he was going to hit them. I again went over to him asking him to give me the branch, again he refused and continued walking away, I did follow him and again asked him..Read More
The House Of Nightmares, but it was better then both Glenwood hotel and the woods. Li Harris spends the next 3 years living here and struggling. he almost became homeless for a second time after getting in some rent arrears while working. but was thankfully rescued by previous Placement Independence Development who helped me pay my bills and got me in a full time job. i treated this flat as a stepping stone and to anyone who knows me well will know this place was a tip and that i did not take care of it. but i knew it was only a “short time stay”
I’m Proud to announce I’m now a charity ambassador at the Rees Foundation. Rees Foundation is a Charity that is specialized at providing support services and advice to Care Experienced Adults who have been left to “Survive” By our local authorities after reaching the ages of 18 through to 25 About Rees Foundation: We offer help and advice to care experienced individuals about any concern and are always here to listen. We run a number of projects that hopefully can make a real difference to care experienced people of any age and want to celebrate any and all personal and professional achievements of those who have experienced being in care no matter how big or small.
Listen to the Article: Name of pupil: Li Harris Form: LE5 Date: 10/11/10 INCIDENT: Reported by: D Sear Li was quiet at the start of my lesson, but when I asked the boys to begin work Li just kept shouting things at the top of voice, such as ‘l will get my machete!’ I asked 9ALB to imagine that they had won something e.g. a competition/X Factor etc, and write a diary entry to show how they were feeling etc. Li kept shouting and banging on the table. When 1 threatened him with isolation he wrote about a quarter of a page in 2 minutes. However, his diary entry was all about last nights Eastenders. He really disrupted my lesson and some of the other..Read More