Social Care

All of us should feel loved, safe and secure.

Young people who are not with our birth families, who have become homeless, or are being looked after in the care system, must get care in a loving and stable home. Brothers and sisters should be kept together if that’s what we want.

We should be listened to so we get a say when decisions are being made about us, whether we are in care or are young carers ourselves.

Children needing social care need to have happy, trusted and ongoing relationships with social workers so we can speak openly and honestly. We must be listened to and action must be taken to help us, giving care as well as support.

All families who are struggling should get help early to improve children’s welfare so we are supported to remain with our families if that is what is best for us.

All of us should get help if we need it.

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