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Can a child have contact with anyone other than family?

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Child have a right to have contact with anyone close to them, including their family, friends, neighbours or previous carers. This should be encouraged as long as it is practical or in the child’s best interest. If it’s not possible for the child to have contact, they should have access to information on the situation of their family members.

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