Care Review: Early help central to plans for 'radical reform' of children's social care in England

Fiona Simpson
Monday, May 23, 2022

A £2.6bn five-year plan focused on early help for struggling families with a “fundamental shift” from crisis intervention forms the main thread of the Independent Review of Children’s Social Care’s recommendations to government.

Josh MacAlister has published his recommendations for government. Picture: Frontline
Josh MacAlister has published his recommendations for government. Picture: Frontline

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