Greater Manchester local authorities’ work to turn around the lives of families over the last three years has resulted in a new approach to supporting some of the region’s most vulnerable people.
Nearly 200 of Manchester's most inspirational looked after children, young people, and care leavers are to be recognised in a special awards ceremony being held at Manchester University.
An adoptive dad has shared his story about how he became a dad - hoping it will strike a chord with people who might have thought about adopting in the past but have not done anything about it.
Parents of toddlers across the city are being urged to check and see if they qualify for free childcare under a national scheme that provides 15 hours of childcare per week for free for two year olds who meet certain criteria.
A ground-breaking fostering programme which aims to increase the number of looked after children who can benefit from foster care launches this week.
A Manchester teenager is speaking out to encourage people to think about becoming foster carers and attend a special event on Thursday 5 June.
Former foster child, 19 year old Chris Moakes, was the star turn and guest of honour at the annual foster carer awards ceremony held at Manchester Town Hall.
Around 200 young people are set to receive special commendations and awards today at Manchester City Council's annual Achievement Awards for looked after children, young people and care leavers.