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Good care helps prevent them from being ‘lost’ in the system

The full independent care review group has now been established, FM Nicola Sturgeon confirmed to a reception of ‘care experienced young people’ from across Scotland.  The group will look at legislation, practices, culture and ethos of the care system across Scotland.

They will listen to young people with experience of care and their families & providers of care and particularly, children & young people in care now, to inform its recommendations to improve both the quality of life & outcomes of young people in care.

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ScotGov:  Launch of independent Care Review

Civil action in child abuse cases

Removing time-bar from civil actions against child abuse

Support for child abuse survivors

Improving the lives of looked after children

1,000 Voices

Getting it right for children in care

Mentors for children in care

Taking care of young people

Supporting children in care

Scotland’s Adoption Register nears ‘100’ landmark

Good foster care is critical for the emotional development & well-being of a child

Highlighting one particular related issue

Children should not be ‘sent into the wilderness’

What ‘training’ have they had in coping with running a home (that’s if they even get given accommodation)

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