The first parent-led review of children’s social care in Britain launches

The first parent-led review of children’s social care in Britain has launched, identifying the problems affecting children and families inside the social care sector and aims to offer help and support to those impacted.

The lead on the review is Michele Simmons, a care and family court experienced mother who lost her son to adoption but was later reunited with him, as well as Simon Haworth, a social work professor from Birmingham University.

Natasha Phillips is a journalist who specialises in child welfare and told Alicia more.

Tanya Francis 25th November 2021


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