On the latest blog post on Celcis website, consultant Saffron Rohan discusses the development of the National Practice Guidance to support care experienced children and their brothers and sisters, and the importance of embedding lived experience in policy and practice.
- Study reveals few infants taken into care are placed with brothers and sisters
- Staying Connected: Care-experienced children and young people with a sibling in custody
- Caring for brothers and sisters: the ‘invisible’ kinship families
- Kinship Care Week 2022
- Life without siblings – policy wins and reality losses