‘Life improves in care’ for most looked-after children

The vast majority of looked-after children feel their lives have improved since being taken into care, a study has found.

 The vast majority of children said their life had improved since being taken into care. 

The charity Coram Voice and the University of Bristol asked 2,263 children and young people aged between four and 18 about their experiences of being in care and found 83 per cent felt their life had improved. Only six per cent said they felt life had got worse.

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