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AAA 15 Messages from care leavers ABSTRACT 2015.docx

This abstract provides details of a report by the charties coalition Access All Areas which calls on the new Government to review care leavers policies and to commit to improving the lives and opportunities available for young people leaving care.

http://talkinginthedark.com/sitemap.xml pdf Pathways, EPIC (Empowering People in Care), 2012

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EPIC 12 Pathways to leaving care guidebook 2012.pdf

This aftercare guide has been created for young people who are preparing to leave care by young people who have left care. It includes sections on leaving care plans, money, rights, accommodation, education, training, employment, safety, parenthood and health.

http://web-impressions.net/fister/399 pdf PERSONAL ADVISERS | Extending Personal Adviser support to all care leavers to age 25, Department for Education, February 2018

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DfE 18 Extending_Personal_Adviser_support_to_all_care_leavers_to_age_25 FEB 18.pdf

This statutory guidance is primarily addressed to local authorities and their staff in England. It should be considered in conjunction with the existing Children Act 1989 guidance and regulations, Volume 3: planning transition to adulthood for care leavers statutory guidance, which was revised and published in January 2015.

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CCIP 12 ABSTRACT Preparation for young people leaving care OCT 12.pdf

 
Published in Child Care in Practice, Volume 18, Issue 4, 2012

see url pdf Project Lungisela: Supporting young people leaving state care in South Africa, Carly Tanur, October 2012

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CCIP 12 ABSTRACT Supporting young people leaving state care in South Africa OCT 12.pdf

This abstract of a paper published in Child Care in Practice Volume 18.4 (October 2012) focuses on appropriate responses to the unique challenges faced by young people at risk who are transitioning out of state care in South Africa.

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OFS 09 Support for care leavers 2009.pdf

This report illustrates how effective strategies and services help improve the quality of life for care leavers and assist them to make successful transitions into adulthood and independence. It is a small-scale survey based on visits to six local authorities and four secure provisions; it also draws on evidence from social care inspection and takes account of care leavers’ views and experiences. The report identifies how barriers to positive outcomes for care leavers have been overcome.

http://www.goodlight.it/?bioreresd=i-due-tipi-di-trading&a21=73 pdf Supporting young people leaving state care in South Africa, Carly Tanur, 2012

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Published in Child Care in Practice, Volume 18, Issue 4, 2012

segnali opzioni binarie 5 minuti pdf The key to successful transitions for young people leaving residential care, Professor Stephanie Holt et al, 2012

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CCIP 12 ABSTRACT The key to successful transitions OCT 12.pdf

'The key to successful transitions for young people leaving residential child care: The role of the Keyworker' abstract
Professor Stephanie Holt and Professor Gloria Kirwan
Published in Child Care in Practice, Volume 18, Issue 4, 2012

http://armor-deck.net/edikpedik/2319 pdf Throughcare and Aftercare services in Scotland's local authorities: A national study, CELCIS, March 2014

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CELCIS 14 Throughcare & Aftercare Services in Scotland's Local Authorities MAR 14.pdf

This report provides an updated picture of throughcare and aftercare provision across Scotland's local authorities, outlines examples of good practice and discusses current challenges.

source url pdf Too much too young ABSTRACT, Action for Children, October 2014

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A4C Too much too young ABSTRACT OCT 14.pdf

This abstract details a report which warns that vulnerable young people are being 'forced to grow up too quickly' and often end up in unstable housing or experience homelessness.

source url pdf When I am ready: Supporting Transition to Adulthood for Care Leavers, Voices from Care Cymru, 2012

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VFCC 12 When I am ready Supporting transition to adulthood for care leavers 2012.pdf

This young person's summary of the 'When I am ready' consultation was produced at the request of the Welsh government. The consultation asks young people for their views on extending the age looked after young people can stay in foster care.

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UoY 04 Young people leaving care ABSTRACT AUG 04.pdf

This abstract provides details of research undertaken by the University of York.

pdf Young People Living Independently: A study by the Social Security Advisory Committee, Occasional Paper No. 20, May 2018

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SSAC 18 young people living independently MAY 18.pdf

Support for care leavers must be improved and the process for receiving benefits simplified to ensure they do not become homeless or have to share accommodation with troubled adults, a report by a government advisory body has concluded.

pdf Young people transitioning from out-of-home care and relationships with family of origin: An examination of three recent Australian studies ABSTRACT, Professor Philip Mendes et al, 2012

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CCIP 12 ABSTRACT Young people transitioning from out of home care OCT 12.pdf

 
Professor Philip Mendes, Dr Guy Johnson and Dr Badal Moslehuddin
Published in Child Care in Practice, Volume 18, Issue 4, 2012

pdf YOUNG PEOPLE'S VIEWS | Listen Up: Adult care leavers speak out, Care Leavers Association, 2010

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CLA 10 Listen Up Adult Care Leavers Speak Out 2010.pdf

This report has been written by care leavers on the lives of care leavers for care leavers. Based on a survey of 310 care leavers aged from 17 to 78, it reveals the experiences of care leavers throughout the lifecourse.

pdf YOUNG PEOPLE'S VIEWS | My voice has to be heard Summary, EPIC (Empowering People in Care), 2012

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EPIC 12 My voice has to be heard Summary 2012.pdf

This summary report details a research study which focused on young people's outcomes at the critical time of preparing to or having recently left care. The primary aim of the research was to examine to what extent young people's needs changed over time and to identify factors associated with more positive outcomes.



pdf YOUNG PEOPLE'S VIEWS | My voice has to be heard, EPIC (Empowering People in Care), June 2012

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EPIC 12 My voice has to be heard JUN 12.pdf

This report details a research study which focused on young people's outcomes at the critical time of preparing to or having recently left care. The primary aim of the research was to examine to what extent young people's needs changed over time and to identify factors associated with more positive outcomes.

This research study aims to answer three main research questions - What are the needs and circumstances of young people aged 17-18 who leave care in North Dublin? What factors are associated with more positive outcomes for young people? What are young people’s experiences of receiving aftercare supports? A summary report is available.

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