How to improve care, by those who have lived it

Jo Stephenson
Tuesday, January 2, 2018

Those who have been in care are uniquely placed to identify how well services for looked-after children are working. Here five care leavers share their experiences and set out what needs to change.

Tiana Ashaforth-Graham: "It is so important to encourage an open dialogue where children feel they can tell their social worker if they are unhappy."
Tiana Ashaforth-Graham: "It is so important to encourage an open dialogue where children feel they can tell their social worker if they are unhappy."

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