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Young people with experience in Care

Find advice and resources for children and young people with experience in Care.

Children and young people who receive counselling and support

Advice for children in care

Advice from Good Thinking for children in care and young care leavers. It advises you on different issues such as feeling anxious and stressed, missing family, meeting with friends, needing to meet your social worker, feeling isolated and how to deal with moving to a new home.

Advice for young carers

Good Thinking article on 5 ways in which young carers can look after themselves and links to various websites which have advice for young carers.

Advice for children and young people who receive counselling and other support

Good Thinking provides children and young people with advice about what to do when you may not be able to see your support worker or team, face to face at this time. This advises you on some of the people or services you can talk to in the meantime and where you can go for urgent help.

 

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