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Call for action – Measuring the wellbeing of children in care

Measuring-wellbeing-survey---Twitter-imageMeasuring the wellbeing of children in care
Please take part in the National Children’s Bureau’s (NCB) research looking at measures of wellbeing for children in care.

NCB are currently undertaking research on what measures, tools or indicators are used to assess the wellbeing of children in care in England. They’re really interested in finding out more about how such information is collected and used by those working with children in care, which might include independent reviewing officers, foster carers, counsellors or residential home managers.

Please tell them your thoughts and experiences of measuring the wellbeing of children in care by taking part in their ten minute survey: here

They are also interested in speaking in more detail by telephone. If you would like to volunteer for a short telephone interview, then please contact Rebekah Ryder, Senior Researcher at NCB on rryder@ncb.org.uk, 020 7833 6811 or submit your details using the form provided: here

This research is funded by John Paul Getty Junior Charitable Trust.

Our mission is to help bring about improvements in practice and policy. Holding children at the centre of what we do through our work with and for them, we aim to lead and promote excellent care and services. The partnership consists of an elected Chair and elected Regional Leads who represent their regions at a national level (two from each of the nine regions within England).

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