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FABRIC Jul 7
Da iawn Jess for taking time on her day off for training with & on "Reducing Isolation for Care Leavers during COVID-19".
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Care Experienced YPN Jun 25
We're super excited to be hosting our first on the 6th July - usual time, 8pm. We want to know what you love about and what you want us to do over the coming year. Our next podcast is out next week, you can find out first here:
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Oi Jul 20
Replying to @OYFtheBook
You need to put that right. When a child is quantifiably safer alone on the streets than in one of your children's 'homes', you're failing.
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Dee Jan 6
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Aisling Bouketta Oct 5
Replying to @CareandCOVID
An hour is never enough! My fingers are on fire!
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Lucy May 4
how (if at all) can local authorities fill this gap for CEP? is more contact the main factor?
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ReesCentre Apr 23
Next on Twitter 4th May at 8pm. Topic: Life in Lockdown as a Care Experienced Person Hosted by and
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Emily Rhodes Jun 1
young people pick up on genuineness. I will open the door to a young person and greet them with “ I love that you’ve attended today, it makes my day to see you” or “have a nice weekend, I’ll miss you” I mean it & I feel they know I do.
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madmadi Apr 6
A sibling was supported by a carer and their ongoing support helped her become more stable than her other siblings
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Emily Rhodes Jun 1
“I made you tea and toast” the tea is how I noted down they like it, and the toast cut in triangles like they told me. The smile when you’ve done something as simple as remembered what they like.
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Mixedblessing#CEP Jun 1
Not great at this! Sometimes I have good self esteem. Other times not so good!
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Aisling Bouketta Oct 5
That sound like a great plan! I need timeout to reflect and write it down!
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Lucy May 4
what good practices have we seen that you would like to be carried into post-lockdown social work?
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Care Experienced YPN Oct 30
What a week! Special thanks to & the for the feels❤️ Looking forward to our on Monday! For now, check out our findings on the impact of COVID on mental health & our podcast
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🍀ɌøSiE LøNǤSTøCKiNǤ🍀 Oct 10
This is me ⬇️⬇️⬇️⬇️⬇️So proud to be part of this team.
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Chloe Juliette Aug 3
This one is such a good thing to think on - i think its about checking in rigourously, for me it looked good when i was 6 and then it was just paperwork for 10 years. Really obvious stuff was missed.
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JJ Jun 1
Replying to @wayne24536203
Understanding that whilst they’re going to be dealing with their issues, they’re still going to experience all the things a “normal” child would and not to blow things like moodswings, puberty and wanting to be alone sometimes out of proportion!
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Alison Inceu May 15
Looking for (18-25) to take part in online interviews on their experiences choosing whether university is for them. Can you help me make sure the voices of is heard through research?
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Brett Guevara Jun 1
Replying to @wayne24536203
Not a simple fluid answer. But love & compassions goes a long way. Having someone believe in you, unconditional positive regard, and life long relationships is a start. Reducing social exclusion & working to prevent further ACEs whilst in care will take us further.
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Rosie @ Care in the Time of COVID Oct 11
Here's the *Moment* from last week's about the findings from the project ⚡️ “Care in the time of Covid”
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