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This report presents the findings of an online survey and individual interviews which explored the experiences of carers providing out-of-home care to infants in New South Wales. While there is increasing research related to the care of children and young people requiring out-of-home Care, there is comparatively less specifically related to the care of infants. The findings highlight a need to provide increased training, support, and resources for new carers of infants in out-of-home care.
This is the third report by Coram Voice and The Rees Centre at University of Oxford exploring learning from the Your Life, Your Care surveys that are part of the Bright Spots Programme. It is an analysis of 9,472 responses from children and young people (aged 4-18 years) collected between 2016 and 2021 from 38 Local Authorities in England. The findings build on previous overview reports and the pilot stage in 2015 that involved 611 children and young people. By 2021, the research team had gathered over 10,000 voices from children in care in England.
These are the key findings and recommendations of a report produced by Coram Voice and The Rees Centre at University of Oxford that captures the views of 10,000 children and young people in care in the UK on their wellbeing. This report summarises responses collected through the largest survey of its kind from children and young people aged 4-18 years between 2016 and 2021, giving unprecedented insight into children in care’s subjective wellbeing.
This report produced by Coram Voice and the NYAS (National Youth Advocacy Service) captures the views of care-experienced children and young people in the UK on recommendations set out in the independent review of children’s social care in England.
This volume covers a broad spectrum of current research findings concerning the participation of young people in foster families and residential living groups in Australia, Canada, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Portugal, Norway, Sweden, and Switzerland as well as cross-nationals perspective on children and young people’s participation in foster and residential care placements in Great Britain and France.
Organised jointly by ENIL-ECCL and Disability Rights Defenders, this webinar on November 22, 2022, featured speakers from Sweden, Slovenia and Scotland on the UN Guidelines on Deinstitutionalisation, including in Emergencies.
The purpose of this qualitative study was to examine sibling relationships and sibling separation amongst adults with prior foster care experience in England.
This study explores young people’s perceptions of their existential well-being during the transition after leaving care. The study involves peer research with young people leaving care in Finland and England.
In this paper, the authors describe a proposed programme of evaluation to examine the impact of a new approach to the welfare of children in England on the time they are in contact with services.
Autistic children's experiences of COVID-19 have been largely absent from current crisis and recovery discourse. This is the first published study to directly and specifically involve autistic children both as research advisors and as research participants in a rights-based participatory study relating to the pandemic.