A group of teenagers who have spent most of their childhoods in care have helped to set up a new website offering career advice, shopping tips and information on health for their peers. They want others to learn from their experiences.
There are three and a half thousand children in care in Kent. The council believes an interactive website is one way of giving them help and support. In his report about 'Kent Cares Town' , Tom Savvides spoke to Theresa Jackson, Sophia Dunstan, David Tadese; and Tony Doran from Kent County Council.
The family of woman with learning disabilities have won their fight to get the care she's entitled to. Kent County Council failed to provide Jo Brownlie with the services she needed. A report has found a number of mistakes were made. Tom Savvides talks to the family and the council.