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Overseen but Often Overlooked : Children and Young People 'Looked after at Home' in Scotland - Annex 3a : The Service Studies

Sadler, Sue and Fitzpatrick, John Paul and Lerpiniere, Jennifer and Young, Emma and Welch, Vicki (2015) Overseen but Often Overlooked : Children and Young People 'Looked after at Home' in Scotland - Annex 3a : The Service Studies. [Report]

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Abstract

This report is an annex to part three of the Overseen but often overlooked: Children and young people ‘looked after at home’ in Scotland set of reports. This one is to accompany report number three.