The Baby Andy Report: Examination of services provided to Baby Andy and his family

Authors: 

Montreal Lake Child & Family Agency inc.
Saskatchewan Community Resources and Employment

Year of Publication: 
2003
Source: 
Saskatchewan Community Resources and Employment, 38 pages.
Abstract: 

On September 3, 2002, a 20-month-old child suffered life-threatening, nonaccidental injuries. Andy, often referred to as “Baby Andy”, and his two older siblings had recently been returned from foster care and were receiving services from Montreal Lake Child and Family Agency. The Montreal Lake Agency and the Prince Albert office of the Department of Community Resources and Employment had provided services to the family at different times during the period between June 1999 and September 2002.

The Chief of the Montreal Lake Cree Nation, the Board of Directors of the Montreal Lake Child and Family Agency, and the Minister of the Department of Community Resources and Employment established a joint review process to examine the services provided to Baby Andy and his family and to make recommendations.

Type of Publication: 
Report
Category: 
Canadian CW report
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