Covid-19 and contact with children in care: D-S (Contact with Children in Care: Covid-19)  EWCA Civ 1031
Publication Date: 19 February 2021
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By Tim Spencer-Lane Introduction The Covid-19 pandemic has caused sad losses for many people and real challenges for the professional services. For many children in care and for their families, the loss of contact has been particularly difficult and sometimes traumatising. Where it is not possible, or appropriate, for the usual face-to-face contact to happen […]
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