Taking a leadership role to support creativity in care

The Promise recognised that children are not ‘passive recipients of care’ and that any care system must uphold all of their rights including health, education, housing etc.; that these rights are never compromised by contact with the ‘care system’. However, our ambitions should extend further. […]

A blog by Paul Sullivan

“Service managers, carers, social workers, teachers – anyone who has an impact on a child or young person’s life – can take a leadership role and recognise the value of creativity and supporting access to creative opportunities. Through this leadership we can flip negative outcomes and provide care experienced young people with the creative opportunities they need – and deserve.”

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