Make children’s access to care records a lifelong offer

Alison O’Sullivan
Tuesday, July 26, 2022

We all feel the need to understand who we are and where we are from. Television programmes such as Who Do You Think You Are? and popular genealogy websites reflect wider social recognition of the importance of knowing about our past.

Alison O’Sullivan is chair of the National Children’s Bureau and former ADCS president
Alison O’Sullivan is chair of the National Children’s Bureau and former ADCS president

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