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CG89 When to suspect child maltreatment: NICE guideline

This guidance was reissued in December 2009 to correct a factual inaccuracy in a recommendation.

The following recommendation was changed from:

Consider child maltreatment if a child has poor school attendance that the parents or carers know about that has no justification on health, including mental health, grounds and formally approved home education is not being provided.

to:

Consider child maltreatment if a child has poor school attendance that the parents or carers know about that has no justification on health, including mental health, grounds and home education is not being provided.

This page was last updated: 09 January 2014

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