Looked after children's participation in the development of on-line surveys of their well-being


This presentation will describe the: a) Development of indicators to capture the subjective well-being of children in care in England. Subjective well-being is defined as the way children feel about their lives and how they... [ view full abstract ]


  1. Julie Selwyn (University of Bristol, Hadley Centre for Adoption and Foster Care Studies)

Topic Areas

Mental health of children and young people in care , Other topics


SYM03 » The subjective well-being of vulnerable children (11:00 - Wednesday, 14th September, Sala 4)