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Ngā Haerenga | Transition journeys : Phase One: Voices of rangatahi anticipating the move from statutory care to self-determined living The Ngā Haerenga Research Rōpū: Ria Schroder, Catherine Love, Debbie Goodwin, Sarah Wylie, Louise Were, Cheyenne Scown, Eugene Davis, Hami Love, Dan Love and Damian O’Neill

By: Schroder, Ria.
Contributor(s): Love, Catherine | Goodwin, Debbie | Wylie, Sarah | Were, Louise | Scown, Cheyenne | Davis, Eugene | Love, Hami | Love, Dan | O'Neill, Damian.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wellington, New Zealand : Oranga Tamariki, Ministry for Children, 2021Description: electronic document (61 pages) ; PDF file.ISBN: 978-1-99-115373-9 .Subject(s): Oranga Tamariki, Minister for Children | CHILD PROTECTION | EDUCATION | HOUSING | SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE | VOICES OF CHILDREN | YOUNG PEOPLE | TAITAMARIKI | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Click here to access online Summary: This paper reports the findings from the first year of a longitudinal study exploring the outcomes and experience of rangatahi transitioning out of statutory care into more self-determined living arrangements. Phase One focusses on the preparation, expectations and anticipated journey of rangatahi in the months prior to leaving care. Record #7284
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This paper reports the findings from the first year of a longitudinal study exploring the outcomes and experience of rangatahi transitioning out of statutory care into more self-determined living arrangements. Phase One focusses on the preparation, expectations and anticipated journey of rangatahi in the months prior to leaving care. Record #7284