Personal Adviser

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The Children (Leaving Care) Act 2000 states that young people who have been in care are entitled to have a named Personal Adviser.
A Personal Adviser is there to support young people who have been in care; they work independently making sure that young peoples’ opinion and voice is heard.

Personal Advisers:

Are committed to the young person’s welfare and development.
Can offer advice and practical help.
Help with individual Pathway Plans.
Are there for young people leaving care.

They can help and advise with –

Pathway Plans
Social Services
Housing
Entitlements
Benefits
Budgeting
Work
Health Matters
Education and Development

 

 

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