The court directed the society to do the following during the adjournment period: a) Assess the strengths of the child and the mother. b) Set out for the mother and counsel for the child, its proposal for services for them – a service plan that should be consistent with the purposes set out in subsection 1 (2) of the Act. c) Provide the opportunity to the mother and counsel for the child to give input into the service plan. An all-parties meeting is always a good way to have this discussion. d) Set out and deliver to the mother and counsel for the child its list of expectations of them to have the child returned to the mother’s care. e) To provide an oral report to the court about its proposed service plan for the child and the mother and its list of expectations for them at the next court date. 2.2 Children’s Aid Society of Toronto v. K.D
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