Returning Children Home From Care: What Can Be Learned From Local Authority Data?


Researchers from the University of East Anglia wanted to find out what factors are associated with “stable reunification” with parents, which they define as not re-entering the care system for at least two years.

The longer a child stayed in care, the higher the likelihood of a stable reunification. Picture: Adobe Stock
The longer a child stayed in care, the higher the likelihood of a stable reunification. Picture: Adobe Stock

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