Six reasons Care Review reforms need strengthening to succeed

Fiona Simpson
Tuesday, January 30, 2024

Evidence from key sector organisations to education committee inquiry on the government’s social care strategy calls for profit-making to be removed from the care sector and more rights for care leavers.

Charity Become has called for care-experienced children to be 'actively involved in care reforms'. Picture: EU/Adobe Stock
Charity Become has called for care-experienced children to be 'actively involved in care reforms'. Picture: EU/Adobe Stock

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