Gloucester council could be harming our families and our children.
By masar | Friday, December 21, 2012, 08:46
Childrens services in Gloucester a part of our local
authority are failing the children of Gloucester and failing the taxpaying
people of Gloucester.
When all we read about and hear on the news is how bad
the wages are for civil servants and the public sector workers of Gloucester. I
am disgusted to see that the so called pay freeze has not happened and that
hundreds of thousands of public sector workers enjoyed a pay rise. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2195005/The-public-sector-pay-freeze-wasnt-Thousands-civil-servants-NHS-workers-given-rises-despite-Osbornes-pledge.html
I am especially disgusted with this because of the way Childrens
services seem to be on a relentless mission to upset happy normal family lives
by sticking their noses in where they are not wanted and most certainly not
I wonder how many young parents are being monitored and
watched all the time because there child went to see the doctor with a cold and
the bruise on his head was noticed.
Wallop alarm bells ring this child is clearly being
abused. The fact that the child is 1 year old and fell while learning to walk
will not be heard. It must be abuse and these young parents need to be educated
in parenting. I don't mean to be sarcastic or make light of a real problem. Yes
children do get abused. Perhaps if Childrens services put more effort into
protecting them and spent less time harassing decent loving families' stories
about children dying because the system let them down would not be so frequent.
This one year old child bumped his head when he took a
tumble trying to walk. And now his parents are being educated with the
government tried and tested guide to being a parent.
We all know this manual exists and we all know it must be
the correct way to raise a child. Let's face it all children are exactly the
same. They all start walking at the same age they all learn to talk at the same
time in life.
This is a fictional story but this scenario will be
similar to someone's experience in Gloucester.
I wonder how many parents will have something to say
about the very poor service our local authority offers our families and our
children. Do all of Gloucester's social workers really need to go looking for
families to pick on to justify their wages?
Have you been affected by Childrens services interfering unnecessarily
in your happy home?
Tell your story here and let's try to put things back on
track. Our council tax pays their wages so they work for us. (Probably
shouldn't say that it gets their backs up)
It is true I am dead against these people poking their
noses into the lives of decent folk. They are not wanted they cause more harm
than good and while they are concentrating their efforts on you a child at real
risk goes unnoticed.
How many of you have thought twice about taking your
child to the doctor through fear of being accused of abusing the child. This in
itself is dangerous a child could miss out on needed medical help all because
social workers and their big noses like to poke about in our lives.
The real risk to our children comes from our very own
local authority Gloucester City Council.
If childrens services are in your life unnecessarily make
a complaint, mention it on here tell the world what they are doing and how it
is making you feel. I can guarantee when they get involved they will never
leave you alone they will make your once happy home sad and miserable. These
people should be held accountable for the upset they cause and the distress to
normal decent people just trying to live a happy life. Our local authority
obviously do not know how these people cause more harm than good when they come
into your home and start telling you how you should be living according to the
government hand book. It is a fact that
more relationships break up when a social worker has been involved in their
family life. The stress this causes is sometimes too much to take.
It is also true that couples are more likely to fall out
and argue when a social worker is involved in the raising of their child. Do
these people not realise the damage they are doing. Tell me if I'm wrong!
Have your say if we all stick together perhaps they might
listen and work more with us than against us. And the next time I see a social
worker staggering down the street drunk I might have the courage to tell them
how they should live their life.