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In and beyond the care setting: relationships between young people and care workers: A literature review

Year: 2018
Topic: Corporate parenting, Health and Wellbeing, Legislation, Local authority, Residential care, SIRCC, Throughcare and aftercare, Voices of young people
Author: Vicki Welch, Nadine Fowler, Ewan Ross, Richard Withington, Kenny McGhee

The report summarises important learning from academic and other literature about relationships between young people and those caring for them.

Part 1 explores the issues facing young people leaving care and the need for more targeted, specialist support.
Part 2 discusses the importance of relationships for young people leaving care and the growing interest in relationship-based practice.
Part 3 explores various aspects of relationships valued by care leavers.
Part 4 looks at relationships in different types of care settings.

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