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Published, 13 June 2016

Looked after at home and kinship care

REACH 2016 - thumbnail.JPGOur REACH magazine is out and packed full of evidence, news, case studies and opinion to highlight the issues and showcase some of the fantastic work going on here in Scotland.

This issue focuses on children and young people looked after at home by their parents or in kinship care – that is, living with family and friends. Over half of all of our looked after children in Scotland are in one of these placements, and yet, services for children who are looked after at home can be often inconsistent, limited or patchy. 

Dive in and read about:

  • Children looked after at home and kinship care – the opportunities and challenges ahead
  • The importance of sibling contact
  • New research on children looked after at home
  • Closing the attainment gap for children looked after at home

 

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