Guide to managing transitions in care

CYP Now has compiled a guide to managing transitions in care in partnership with Halliwell Homes.
Read the full article on this link to Children & Young People Now

Non-parental care in childhood and health up to 30 years later: ONS Longitudinal Study 1971–2011

Background Children who spend time in non-parental care report worse health later in life on average, but less is known about differences by type of care. We examined whether self-rated health of adults who...

Care leavers ‘likely to suffer poor health 30 years later’

A joint study by University College London (UCL) and King’s College London analysed the data from 350,000 people who self-reported their health after 10, 20 and 30 years. Adults who lived in residential...

Category - Looked After Children

Babies born into care

The University of Huddersfield and University of Central Lancashire have published findings from research looking at the number of babies being taken into state care in their first week of life. Figures from Freedom of Information (FOI) requests to...