Children’s Services UK Market Report

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What the report covers

  • Overview of Children in Care
  • Foster Care
  • Children’s Homes
  • Adoption
  • Leaving Care Support
  • Special Education
  • Spending and policy issues
  • Quality & Regulation of Services
  • Independent Sector Market Structure
  • Types of providers
  • Market rankings
  • Revenues, profitability, balance sheet
  • Growth and consolidation trends
  • Private equity concentration
  • Private equity acquisitions
  • Appendices
  • Glossary
  • Regulators
  • Trade bodies
  • Major provider profiles
  • Financials

Who is the report for

  • Children’s residential home providers
  • Fostering agencies
  • Adoption agencies
  • Special education providers
  • Local authority commissioners
  • Directors of Children’s Services
  • Investors, banks and other financial institutions

What You Get

  • Print package – Single-user Printed Book
  • Digital package – Multi-user Digital PDF and Data in Excel + Printed Book

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The latest market research by LaingBuisson dissects the range of specialist services used to provide support for Looked After Children across the UK. Fourth edition. Published June 2019.

LaingBuisson has published the 4th edition of its Children’s Services UK Market Report. The report covers all aspects of the market, including special education, foster care, adoption, children’s residential care, leaving care, safeguarding, guardianship and other services and estimates the market to be worth £15.38 billion in calendar 2018. There have been sharp rises in demand for children and young people’s services over the past 5 years, creating strain on local authority budgets, and further funding, innovation and best practice payoffs, and commissioning efficiencies will be needed to avoid the funding shortfalls expected in the next five years. The independent sector plays a significant role in special education, residential care and fostering, especially in provision for complex and multiple needs.

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