Children and families in social care are ‘not getting a good enough deal’, report reveals

Nicole Weinstein
Thursday, June 17, 2021

An ‘urgent’ new approach to children in social care is needed, after an independent review has found that the system is too focused on investigating families rather than providing them with support.

An independent review into children's social care has called for Government policies to tackle the inequality and poverty faced by families across England PHOTO Adobe Stock
An independent review into children's social care has called for Government policies to tackle the inequality and poverty faced by families across England PHOTO Adobe Stock

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