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|Title:||Leaving care and service engagement: lessons from the homelessness sector|
|Citation:||Parity, 2016; 29(1):12-13|
|Publisher:||Council to Homeless Persons|
|Catia Malvaso and Paul Delfabbro|
|Abstract:||Although many young people eventually make the transition from care to independent living successfully, others can find this transition to be particularly difficult. As a result, it has become common in the leaving care literature to further explore and understand the diversity of outcomes which exists within these populations. For example, Stein 1 argues that young people leaving care fall into three principal groups: 1. moving on 2. survivors 3. strugglers or victims.|
|Rights:||© Council to Homeless Persons|
|Appears in Collections:||Psychology publications|
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