Staying close and staying connected in East Anglia | SCIE #ECLCM

Featured article – 13 November 2018 via SCIE
By Rachel Leslie, Project Implementation Manager, Break – Changing Young Lives

Cambridgeshire and Norfolk are developing their arrangements for supporting young people as they leave residential care. Staying close and staying connected in East Anglia – definitely one to watch.

Staying close and staying connected in East Anglia

Related reading: Every Child Leaving Care Matters #ECLCM

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