Supporting UASC: Relationships really matter

By Kate Dexter | 19 July 2021

In Norfolk we have taken a proactive and supportive approach towards taking unaccompanied asylum-seeking children (UASC).

Its success has been made possible by the ambition, appetite, and dedication of our Children’s Services senior leadership team to transform Children’s Social Care across all its functions.

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