2014
DOI: 10.18357/ijcyfs.stevensk.532014
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Abstract: Despite the range of life changes experienced by young people who are multiple service users (MSU), many demonstrate remarkable levels of optimism. This article reports on the changes in living arrangements (including out-of-home placements), schooling, and social workers, experienced by a sub-sample of 16 multiple service using young people with complex needs who participated in a mixed methods study (n = 605). Case file data and qualitative interviews were analysed in order to understand young people's exper… Show more

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