Tag Archives: subjective well-being

Project Update 6: The well-being of care-experienced young adults in Northern Ireland

We have talked to 50 care-experienced young people and/or their parents or carers now. Last week, we presented a taster of what we have found so far in an international conference on family welfare in the beautiful city of Porto … Continue reading

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Positive family relationships make disabled young people feel good (just as their non-disabled peers)

This is a post by Grace Kelly. Grace is a Research Fellow in the Centre for Evidence and Social Innovation (CESI).  “Disabled children are over-represented in looked after children populations and it is estimated that between 10 and 25% of … Continue reading

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