Praise for children in care councils' impact during lockdowns

Joe Lepper
Wednesday, May 25, 2022

Children in care councils (CiCC) play a vital role in supporting young people’s mental health and tackling isolation, evaluation of their impact during the height of the Covid-19 pandemic has found.

Attending regular CiCC meetings helped improve feelings of isolation among young people, research finds. Picture: Adobe Stock
Attending regular CiCC meetings helped improve feelings of isolation among young people, research finds. Picture: Adobe Stock

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