Social Care In Depth
Children's directors' chief outlines vision for a two-tier inspection system at the ADCS annual conference.
Neil Puffett talks to Amanda Batten, chief executive, Contact-a-Family.
With nine months until the general election, children's leaders are sceptical that Nicky Morgan will have the time or experience to deviate from the agenda already mapped out by Michael Gove at the Department for Education.
Dangers posed by cyberspace and prized gadgets are a concern for those working with looked-after children. Eileen Fursland explores the more positive contribution technology makes to young lives.
Good Practice Case Studies
Community Service Volunteers schemes have helped more than 1,000 children and their families since first launched 10 years ago.
A university-based charitable organisation has helped young people with special educational needs to develop websites holding information about their care and support needs that can be shared.
YMCA scheme aims to offer homeless young people living in temporary accommodation an alternative affordable housing option that will give them the stability needed to get on their feet.
Face to Face helps looked-after children deal with issues affecting their emotional wellbeing.
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