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How do the public and care sector think about care in Scotland?

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What the public thinks and feels about the concept of care matters hugely if outcomes for care-experienced young people are to improve. 

In partnership with The Robertson Trust, Life Changes Trust and CELCIS, the FrameWorks Institute has produced a new report which aims to answer key questions about public perceptions of care experience and the concept of care in Scotland by mapping the gaps between the care sector and public understanding.

It is hoped the report will stimulate and inform debate and all partners look forward to working with colleagues and care-experienced people in the testing of its recommendations as we start to build a new narrative about the system and the people who experience it.

You can download the full report here. You can also download the summary report here.    

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FrameWorks_(June_2018)_Map_the_Gaps_Final (pdf - 1 MB)