Review of children’s social care system prioritises family help

Fiona Simpson
Wednesday, June 1, 2022

Care Review’s final report includes ‘radical’ proposals to redefine family support, shift council early help services into local multi-disciplinary teams, and trial the delegation of responsibilities to community-based providers.

Key proposals would see 17,000 children remain with their families by 2031/32 as a result of more intensive support for families. Picture: Iryna/Adobe Stock
Key proposals would see 17,000 children remain with their families by 2031/32 as a result of more intensive support for families. Picture: Iryna/Adobe Stock

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