This book describes true life accounts making the comparison of one boy Scotia who was placed in care, then later in adult life grew up to be a social carer himself.
It describes How the state system processes our most severe and vulnerable young people in 21st century Britain today . His working life unveiled a hidden society that beggers belief and asks the fundamental question whether there is any care in care
The way care has now evolved into a huge business that hinders child development but maximizes profit for the many companies involved in looking after children for the state.
The working conditions staff endure to maintain a career in being a part of a celebrated science that in reality has a dark sinister side. A compelling read for anyone who likes reading emotive true life stories.