Sibling relationships in the care system


Children’s services and courts face serious challenges when making care plans or permanence orders for siblings, writes Dr John Simmonds, director of policy, research and development at CoramBAAF.

Siblings have a “shared experience” within a family that cannot be replicated in any other set of relationships. Picture: yanlev/Adobe Stock
Siblings have a “shared experience” within a family that cannot be replicated in any other set of relationships. Picture: yanlev/Adobe Stock

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