Research and analysis

How services prevent young people entering care: edging away from care

Ofsted survey report looking at how local authorities successfully support young people who are at risk of entering care to remain at home.

Documents

Edging away from care: how services successfully prevent young people entering care

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Edging away from care: how services successfully prevent young people entering care

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Edging away from care: how services successfully prevent young people entering care - report summary

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Edging away from care: how services successfully prevent young people entering care - report summary

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Detail

This Ofsted survey report analyses a small sample of local authorities and their partner agencies and draws on the experiences and views of 43 families. This includes those of the young people themselves, their parents or carers and the professionals and managers who were involved in coordinating and providing support services.