Shared Services: Special Report

Thursday, January 2, 2020

Fresh evidence suggests collaboration is helping local authorities to find a wider range of care options for vulnerable children and introduce a greater array of good practice approaches to improve outcomes.

Evidence suggests collaboration is helping councils to search a wider range of care options for vulnerable children. Picture: Syda Productions/Adobe Stock
Evidence suggests collaboration is helping councils to search a wider range of care options for vulnerable children. Picture: Syda Productions/Adobe Stock

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