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Message from corporate parent

The care leaver Local Offer document sets out the support and services our looked after children can expect as they leave our care. It is live and will be changed and improved using feedback from the young people that access it.

We have worked with care leavers to produce this offer, to ensure the support and services we offer are right for them, and that their thoughts, wishes and needs have been understood and included.

As corporate parents we have an important role, to ensure that our looked after children have the same opportunities and aspirations when they leave our care, as other young people. We will continue to develop this offer, so that our care leavers are both prepared and supported to lead happy, healthy and fulfilling lives.

Bryan Jones, County Councillor for Hednesford & Rawnsley and Vice Chair of the Corporate Parenting Panel

 

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