Orders children’s court may make

Orders children’s court may make46. (1) An children’s court may make the following orders:

(a)An alternative care order, which includes ‘n order placing a child-

(i) in the care of a person designated by the court to be the foster parent of the child;

(ii) in the care of a child and youth care centre; or

(iii) in temporary safe care;

(b) an order placing a child in a child-headed household in the care of the child heading the household under the supervision of an adult person designated by the court;

(c) an adoption order, which includes an inter-country adoption order;

(d) a partial care order instructing the parent or care-giver of the child to make arrangements with a partial care facility to take care of the child during specific hours of the day or night or for a specific period;

(e) a shared care order instructing different care-givers or child and youth care centres to take responsibility for the care of the child at different times or periods;

(f) a supervision order, placing a child, or the parent or care-giver of a child, or both the child and the parent or care-giver, under the supervision of a social worker or other person designated by the court;

(g) an order subjecting a child, a parent or care-giver of a child, or any person holding parental responsibilities and rights in respect of a child, to-

(i) early intervention services;

(ii) a family preservation programme; or

(iii) both early intervention services and a family preservation programme;

(h) a child protection order, which includes an order-

(i) that a child remains in, be released from, or returned to the care of a  person, subject to conditions imposed by the court;

(ii) giving consent to medical treatment of, or to an operation to be performed on, a child;

(iii) instructing a parent or care-giver of a child to undergo professional counselling, or to participate in mediation, a family group conference, or  other appropriate problem-solving forum;