Family conferences 'not run well enough' to stop children entering care


Family group conferences (FGCs) may not be run "consistently well enough" to reduce the number of children coming into care, states a social care practice report.

There is little evidence to show family group conferences are effective in keeping children out of care. Picture: Adobe Stock
There is little evidence to show family group conferences are effective in keeping children out of care. Picture: Adobe Stock

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