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click here document STABILITY | Stability Index: Overview and Initial Findings ABSTRACT, Children's Commissioner for England, April 2017

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OCC 17 Stability Index ABSTRACT APR 17.docx

This abstract provides details of a report which shines a light on the difficulties faced by thousands of children each year bouncing around the social care system.

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CCIP 03 ABSTRACT The importance of stability in the lives of looked after children JAN 03.pdf

Published in Child Care in Practice Volume 9, Issue 1, January 2003

http://sat-rent.de/deribbebe/20585 pdf STABILITY | Towards a Stable Life and a Brighter Future, Welsh Assembly Government, June 2007

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WA 07 Towards a stable life and a brighter future JUN 07.pdf

Guidance and regulations on measures to strengthen arrangements for the placement, health, education and well-being of looked after children and young people; and Responsible Commissioner for secondary health care for vulnerable children placed away from home.

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OFS 09 Care and prejudice 2009.pdf

This report is about a survey of 362 children from children’s homes and foster care across England. It highlights the views and experiences of children living in care and the prejudices they face as a result of being in care.

pdf TRAUMA | Trauma sensitive practice with children in care ABSTRACT, Institute for Research and Innovation in Social Services, August 2014

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IRISS 14 Trauma sensitive practice with children in care ABSTRACT Aug 14.pdf

This abstract details a paper which summarises the evidence in the area of trauma and aims to support practitioners to reflect on their practice in this context.

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UoLE 15 Valuing participation ABSTRACT OCT 15.docx

This abstract provides details of research focusing on the participation of young people growing up in care to understand the ways in which the ‘facilitated’ and ‘everyday’ activities of young people are valued by them, their immediate carers, and the representatives of the corporate parent.

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CORVOI 18 Our Lives Our Care ABSTRACT FEB 18.pdf

This abstract provides details of a survey of 2,263 looked after children and young people across 16 local authority areas in England. It revealed that 83% feel being in care has improved their lives, and that the longer children and young people have spent in care, the more likely they are to have moderate to high levels of wellbeing.

document WELLBEING | Promoting the wellbeing of children in care: messages from research ABSTRACT, NSPCC, 2014

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NSPCC 14 Promoting the wellbeing of children in care ABSTRACT 2014.docx

This abstract provides details of a book which brings together leading academics, practitioners and policy analysts to set out the implications of research and examine the challenges faced by children in care.

enter document Withdrawal of PSA target to reduce number of children in care, Children's Law Centre, January 2010

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CLC 10 Withdrawal of PSA target consultation response.doc

 

Response to the Committee for Health, Social Services and Public Safety's consultation on Withdrawal of PSA Target to reduce the number of children in care.

 

 

 

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ANV 02 ABSTRACT Amplify The Report.pdf

This abstract provides details of a report describing an event organised by A National Voice. Young people give their views on overnight stays, advocacy, complaints, aftercare, reviews and pathway plans.  The amplify report was launched at the House of Commons in March 2003.

enter site pdf YOUNG PEOPLE'S VIEWS | Children's care monitor 2008 Children's views on how care is doing, Children's Rights Director, 2008

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CRD 08 Children's care monitor 2008.pdf

This first annual report details what children and young people living in care said about six things important to their lives - keeping safe, bullying, having a say in what happens to them, making complaints and suggestions, education, and care planning for people being looked after in care.

http://sat-rent.de/deribbebe/26039 pdf YOUNG PEOPLE'S VIEWS | Children's care monitor 2009: Children on the state of social care in England, Children's Rights Director, 2009

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CRD 09 Children's care monitor 2009.pdf

This second annual report details what children and young people living in care said about six things important to their lives - keeping safe, bullying, having a say in what happens to them, making complaints and suggestions, education, and care planning for people being looked after in care.
 

pdf YOUNG PEOPLE'S VIEWS | Children's care monitor 2010, Children's Rights Director, 2011

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CRD 10 Children's care monitor 2010.pdf

The Children's Care Monitor 2010 is the third annual publication of the Children's Rights Director reporting the views of looked after children and young people in relation to six things which are important in their lives: keeping safe, bullying, having a say in what happens, making complaints and suggestions, education and care planning for people being looked after in care.
 
This report gives the views of 1155 children and young people and is the third Children's Care Monitor. It looks back on the findings in the 2008 and 2009 reports to identify key changes in the children's responses. Most of the findings show that many aspects of care and education are staying very much the same. However a number of changes are listed including statistics regarding the level of bullying, the percentage of care leavers in education and the support provided to care leavers.
 
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pdf YOUNG PEOPLE'S VIEWS | Children's care monitor 2010: Children on the state of social care in England, Children's Rights Director, 2010

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CRD 10 Children's care monitor 2010.pdf

This third annual report details what children and young people living in care said about six things important to their lives - keeping safe, bullying, having a say in what happens to them, making complaints and suggestions, education, and care planning for people being looked after in care.

pdf YOUNG PEOPLE'S VIEWS | Children's care monitor 2011, Children's Rights Director, 2012

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CRD 11 Children's Care monitor 2012.pdf

The Children's Care Monitor 2011 is the fourth annual report of the Children's Rights Director and outlines what children and young people living away from home or getting help from children's social care services have said about six things that are important to their lives: keeping safe, bullying, having a say in what happens to them, making complaints and suggestions, education and care planning for people being looked after in care.
 

The monitor provides children's own evaluation of the state of social care as they experience it.

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pdf YOUNG PEOPLE'S VIEWS | Children's care monitor 2013-14, Children's Rights Director for England, March 2014

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CRD 14 Children's care monitor 2013-14 MAR 14.pdf

This sixth annual report details what children and young people living in care said about 6 things important to their lives - keeping safe, bullying, having a say, making complaints, education, being in care and leaving care.

pdf YOUNG PEOPLE'S VIEWS | Children's messages to the Minister, Ofsted, 2009

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OFS 09 Children's messages to the Minister 2009.pdf

A report of children's contributions to the 2009 ministerial stocktake of care by the Children's Rights Director for England.

pdf YOUNG PEOPLE'S VIEWS | Children's social care questionnaires 2015: what children told us, Ofsted, 2015

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OFS 15 Children's social care questionnaire CHILDREN 2015.pdf

This slide deck sets out what children and young people living or visiting children’s homes and foster carers told Ofsted. Five most common themes that emerged were feeling safe and looked after; having staff who put them first; feeling like part of a foster family; having fun things to do and good food to eat, and independence, responsibility and having a say.

pdf YOUNG PEOPLE'S VIEWS | Children's social care questionnaires 2017, Ofsted, 2018

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OFS 18 Childrens social care questionnaire 2017.pdf

The inspectorate's annual children's social care questionnaire gathered responses from 37,000 children living in children's homes and in foster care, parents, social workers and other children's professionals between June and October last year and found that young people in care feel less safe than in previous years.

pdf YOUNG PEOPLE'S VIEWS | Placements, decisions and reviews: A children's views report, Children Rights Director, September 2006

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CRD 06 Placements, decisions and reviews 2006.pdf

In this 2006 report, children and young people using care services say they are not asked enough about the key decisions that affect their lives. The children say they should have more information to help them choose a suitable placement, the chance to check out their placement first and the support to change their placement if it does not work.

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