Evaluation of the Right2BCared4 pilots: final report
reportposted on 2015-07-31, 08:43 authored by Emily R. Munro, Clare Lushey, Harriet Ward, National Care Advisory Service
This final report presents findings from the national evaluation of Right2BCared4 which was commissioned by the former DCFS.
Department for Education, London
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- Communication, Media, Social and Policy Studies
- Centre for Child and Family Research
CitationMUNRO, E.R. et al., 2011. Evaluation of the Right2BCared4 pilots: final report. London: Department for Education, DFE-RR106, 228pp.
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NotesThe Right2BCared4 pilot began in October 2007 in 11 local authorities and is based on the principles that young people: should not be expected to leave care until they are 18 years old should have a greater say in the decision-making process preceding their exit from care should be properly prepared for living independently The most important aspect to this pilot is that the transition from care to independence should be planned and properly managed, that young people should be consulted about their wishes and feelings, and that they should have access to independent advocacy. This is the final report. The research brief is available at: https://dspace.lboro.ac.uk/2134/18376