Formerly, children were taken ‘into the care’ of the local authority (see Chapter 1), whereas nowadays they are described as being ‘looked after’. Looked after children most commonly are fostered and a small proportion are adopted (see Chapter 13). This chapter discusses a third group, those living in residential care establishments.
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