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12 February 2008
The children of asylum-seeking families are often living in third world conditions, a Children's Society report has revealed.
Local authorities should be clear about the limitations of a tick-box approach to evaluation when researching children's services, a senior researcher has warned.
A charity for disadvantaged children is working with a clinical psychologist after a three-year study revealed the positive effects of music therapy.
By Tristan Donovan |
London dominates the list of authorities providing the very best services for children and young people, the Audit Commission has revealed.
Under-18s are set to get extra help after the Children's Legal Centre expanded its team of legal eagles.
Newcastle City Council has launched Tupperware-style parties to encourage more people to become foster carers.
Love should be in the air for parents of disabled children this Valentine's Day after Contact a Family launched a relationship guide specifically for them.
Children in care and young people with eating disorders are to get fresh support as part of a shake-up of Surrey's mental health services.
The use of schools as hubs for services risks overlooking some of England's most vulnerable children, The Children's Society has warned.
A truth and reconciliation forum is to be established in Scotland to allow adult victims of sexual abuse in residential care to talk about their experiences.
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