Care leavers experience more lonlieness and anxiety, report warns

Joe Lepper
Thursday, November 26, 2020

Care leavers suffer from significantly higher levels of loneliness, financial problems and anxiety than those without experience of care, a charity has warned.

Care leavers living in rented accomodation are more likely to feel lonely, the survey shows. Picture: Adobe Stock
Care leavers living in rented accomodation are more likely to feel lonely, the survey shows. Picture: Adobe Stock

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