More children 'made known to social services in first six months of pandemic'

Fiona Simpson
Wednesday, February 24, 2021

The first six months of the Covid-19 pandemic saw more children referred to children's services who had not previously been known to local authorities, the Association of Director’s of Children’s Services (ADCS) has said.

At the start of the pandemic more unknown children were referred to social services.  Picture: Adobe Stock
At the start of the pandemic more unknown children were referred to social services. Picture: Adobe Stock

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