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Why bigger is often better in children’s residential care

Children coming into residential care are often unable to sustain the intensity of living in a small family unit. Larger homes can offer more opportunities to address the emotional, behavioural, social and developmental needs of every child, supporting their psychological wellbeing until they are able to move successfully into a family environment.

Recipe for beating childhood obesity

Obesity is one of the biggest long-term health challenges. Professionals explore what needs to change and five councils outline how they are developing healthy food schemes for disadvantaged children.

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