Young people’s difficulties with executive functioning

17th September 2013

Have you worked with a young person in foster care who seemed to have difficulties with executive functions, or have you been that young person? What strategies worked well to help develop executive functioning (EF)? What didn’t work so well? Mimi Kirke-Smith at City University writes.. Have you considered the possibility that maltreated children who […]


Young person’s view on merging the roles of Children’s Rights Director and Children’s Commissioner

13th August 2013

From Matt, a care-experienced member of A National Voice.  My name is Matt, I’m 21years old and was in care for 11 years, my time in care was mixed with over 25 placements and many issues along the way.  If I could change one thing to do with the care system, it would be to […]


Young people’s views on coming into care

22nd July 2013

Valerie Dunn is a Research Associate at the University of Cambridge, Cambridge and Peterborough CLAHRC (Collaborations for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care).  PPI (Patient and Public Involvement) is core to our work at the CLAHRC. We aim to bring together researchers and service providers to carry out high quality health research. As part […]


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