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An exploration of what it's like to leave the care system. In each episode, former BBC presenter Christel Dee talks to a guest about their achievements since leaving care, overcoming barriers to success and why everyone needs to stop talking about Tracy Beaker. There is a serious lack of role models out there for young people in the care system and a lot of misunderstandings about foster care and children's homes. From Care To Where? tackles both of these important issues in a sensitive, hum ...
 
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Em Norry, who also writes under E. L. Norry, talks to us about writing middle-grade fiction, her many and varied foster placements and managing her relationship with her birth mum as an adult. You can follow Emma on Twitter (@elnorry_writer). You can follow From Care To Where? on Twitter (@FromCareToWhere) and Instagram (@fromcaretowhere). From Car…
 
Fiction-loving care leaver Callen James Martin, talks to us about working in publishing, writing his first novel and how the care system could better support young people questioning their sexuality. You can follow Callen on Twitter (@CallenJMartin). You can follow From Care To Where? on Twitter (@FromCareToWhere) and Instagram (@fromcaretowhere). …
 
Author and PHD graduate, Kirsty Capes, discusses her debut novel Careless, influencing the TV adaptation of My Mum Tracy Beaker and what it was like to study a PhD in Creative Writing. You can follow Kirsty on Twitter (@kirstycapes) and purchase a copy of Careless here. You can follow From Care To Where? on Twitter (@FromCareToWhere) and Instagram …
 
Three-time Olympic medallist, Kriss Akabusi, MBE, discusses what it was like entering the army at 16, his journey to becoming a medal-winning Olympic athlete and his varied career in public speaking, TV and business. You can follow Kriss on Twitter (@krissakabusi) and find our more about his work at www.akabusi.com. You can follow From Care To Wher…
 
Steven Hawksworth discusses what it’s like being a care experienced social worker, the importance of education and the common misconceptions people have about his job. You can follow Steve on Twitter (@stehawksworth). You can follow From Care To Where? on Twitter (@FromCareToWhere) and Instagram (@fromcaretowhere). From Care To Where? is created an…
 
YouTuber and Criminology student Elle Johnson chats about sharing her experiences online, ‘staying put’ arrangements and being a fresher during a global pandemic. You can follow Elle on Twitter (@Elle_Johnson19) and Instagram (@elle_johnsonx) or watch her videos on YouTube. You can follow From Care To Where? on Twitter (@FromCareToWhere) and Instag…
 
Best-selling author Jenny Molloy shares her experience of parenting as a care leaver and why she kept her story a secret until she wrote her first book. You can follow Jenny on Twitter (@HackneyChild) and Instagram (@HackneyChild). You can follow From Care To Where? on Twitter (@FromCareToWhere) and Instagram (@fromcaretowhere). From Care To Where?…
 
Ric Flo, rap artist and creative director of the hip-hop collective Jungle Brown, talks about making music and empowering children in foster care to unleash their creativity. You can follow Ric on Twitter (@ricflomusic) and Instagram (@ricflomusic). You can follow From Care To Where? on Twitter (@FromCareToWhere) and Instagram (@fromcaretowhere). F…
 
Kim Kim Emenike, advocate for young people in foster care and budding author, talks about her journey from living in a hostel during her A-Levels to leaving university and working for the Civil Service. You can follow Kim on Twitter (@KimEmenike) and Instagram (@kimberly_emenike). You can follow From Care To Where? on Twitter (@FromCareToWhere) and…
 
Adam Bennett (founder of Project Change Scotland) talks about what goes into setting up a social enterprise, growing up in care in Scotland and improving mental health support in foster care. You can follow Adam on Twitter (@marvellousadam) and keep up to date with Project Change at @ProjChangeScot. You can follow From Care To Where? on Twitter (@F…
 
CPositivista (host of the Mind Your Thoughts podcast) talks about culturally sensitive foster care, smashing negative stereotypes about care leavers, and spreading positivity to those who need it the most. You can follow CPositivista on Twitter (@cpositivista), Instagram (@cpositivista) and YouTube (@CPositivista) and follow her podcast at @mytpodc…
 
Sophia Alexandra Hall talks about 'coming out' as care experienced, studying at Oxford and her new podcast, Who Cares About Research? You can follow Sophia on Twitter (@sophiassocials) and Instagram (@sophiassocials), and to learn more about her podcast, check out www.whocaresaboutresearch.com or visit @WCARPodcast on Twitter. You can follow From C…
 
Benjamin Perks (Head of Campaigns & Advocacy at UNICEF) talks about leaving care in the 80s and starting university, the science and data behind adverse childhood experiences and his work as a diplomat specialising in human rights in low and middle income countries. You can follow Benjamin on Twitter (@BenjaminPerks) and read more about his experie…
 
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