PACE and children living in kinship care

In this webinar, Kirsty Doull, Acting Permanence Lead and Permanence Consultant at CELCIS, discusses some of the key things that CELCIS has learned from PACE in regard to the systems that support children living in kinship care. She explores the reasons why it’s important that children living with kinship carers have the same robust processes in place for making decisions about their future as other children, and talks about some of the key change ideas that have been tested through PACE to improve kinship care processes.

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