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How the care system should change - a child’s perspective

Jan 21, 2021, 09:50 AM
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The Children’s Commissioner has published a new investigation into how children affected by the care system would like the current system to change ahead of the government’s planned Children’s Social Care review.

Suggestions data-sf-ec-immutable="" included investing in proficient carers, taking into account other family members, and having effective and fast-acting help and support when necessary. Based on these results, the CC has set out a list of questions to put to the Chair of the CSC review when they are subsequently appointed.

For an in-depth look into the investigation, see the Children’s Commissioner’s presentation on it here.

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