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Sep 8, 2021

Lifelong Links is a project led by Family Rights Group and delivered by local authorities. It supports children and young people in care to connect with and develop relationships with family members, and other people who care about the young person, so they can become part of a lasting support network.

Anne Begbie, Coordinator of the Lifelong Links programme at Edinburgh City Council, tells us about their Lifelong Links service - the set-up, aims and achievements. We also speak to Megan Tait, a social worker involved in the service.

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Further resources

Video introduction to Lifelong Links.

What Lifelong Links meant to me: Sandy's story.

Impact of Lifelong Links.

Stand Up For Siblings - a Scotland wide partnership aimed at improving and changing legislation, policy and practice.

Music Credit: Make your dream a reality by Scott Holmes.