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Lily 🤗 🧘‍♀️ 🌻🌳❤ Nov 4
Every child needs at least one adult in their life who thinks they're amazing
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Conversations for Care Nov 10
WELCOME NEW FOLLOWERS!!! Next month’s is Mon 2nd Dec 8pm and the topic will be *SUPPORT DURING TRANSITIONS* - i.e. primary to secondary school / out of care / post 25. All welcome.
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Conversations for Care Nov 4
Hello!!! Welcome. PLEASE RT Question 2: Social support (relationships) has been shown in research to buffer against all sorts of adversity (e.g. physical health problems, maltreatment, mental health), why do you think this is?
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Chloe Juliette Nov 4
Replying to @clohesion
hardest thing about being care experienced is that lack of social network and the lack of skills and personal stability that enable us to build them ourselves. I'm 30 and have been actively working on it for years and it's still an uphill battle!
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Conversations for Care Nov 4
Hello!!! Welcome. PLEASE RT Question 3: Can we list what kinds of relationships might be important for young people in care? What are the foundations of a good relationship for young people in care specifically?
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Chloe Juliette Nov 4
Another excellent tonight. Thanks all! I feel as strongly as ever that the social care system should be less focused on protocols and more focused on humans connecting with each other. Who can shift this culture? do you have any thoughts on this?
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Youth Voice North Yorkshire Nov 5
Are you in North Yorkshire and in care or a care leaver? Then we need your voice! To prove that we are having a private cinema event in York and will pay your transport. Please spread the word and invite anyone who qualifies. Your voice counts!
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Conversations for Care Nov 4
Thank you for joining us and creating such a fantastic evening. Next month’s is Mon 2nd Dec 8pm & will be...announced in a couple of minutes!!! And please fill out the form:Please complete this form (you can do it anonymously)
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Papoula Petri Romão Nov 4
in my research I found that it's SO important to look at the organisational level. What are they doing to support staff? How does their culture support relationships? How do they attract the right staff?
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Lily 🤗 🧘‍♀️ 🌻🌳❤ Nov 4
When you desperately need the loo but know you'll have 500 tweets to catch up on
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Conversations for Care Nov 12
Replying to @wayne24536203
🎂🌈💐HAPPY 25TH BIRTHDAY. ENJOY YOUR SPECIAL DAY!💐🌈🎂 From
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Conversations for Care Nov 4
Yes, that connection is amazing. Just happened to have a little quote handy: Friendship is born at that moment when one person says to another: What! You too? I thought I was the only one. ― C.S. Lewis
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Conversations for Care Nov 4
HERE IS NEXT MONTH'S TOPIC: *Support during transitions* - i.e. primary to secondary school / out of care / post 25. Please complete this form (you can do it anonymously)!
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Delyth Edwards Nov 5
Was sad to miss this Monday due to 🤧🤒 but looking forward to catching up on tweets!
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CLPP Nov 4
We are very excited about December's . We are looking for ways to support these transitional stages in our partnership. This is so relevant.
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Conversations for Care Nov 4
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Conversations for Care Nov 4
is TRENDING!!😂☺️😂 Question 4: We can’t make people like each other! But how can we help young people in care have more / better relationships? How might “the system” / we make it possible for young people to enjoy as many relationships as possible?
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Aoife O'Higgins Nov 4
is treeeeendddiiiiiiinnngg!!! Congrats you beautiful people!
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Achievement for All Nov 7
It’s crucial we understand and support children in care and adopted children in education – we’ve developed FREE online resources for schools and Designated Teachers here, please spread the word!
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Aoife O'Higgins Nov 5
Replying to @Rachel_M_Hiller
We missed you! Thanks for stopping by this morning!
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