Creativity with comics helps young people to share their care experiences


A group of looked-after children from Knowsley undertook a 12-week course to develop zines depicting their experiences, gaining a qualification at the end of it.

Participants reported a number of benefits to taking part, including improved confidence and attention spans. Picture: Alena Yakusheva/Adobe Stock
Participants reported a number of benefits to taking part, including improved confidence and attention spans. Picture: Alena Yakusheva/Adobe Stock

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