Become has a respected track record of producing resources which support young people in care and the adults in their lives.
Last chance for publications! We will no longer be taking orders after 7 April. Please note: Who Cares? Magazine and Who Cares? Junior remain available to order as normal and free resources can be downloaded directly below.
Highs and Lows - non-judgemental drugs info for young people
*LAST ORDER DATE 7 APRIL.* This resource from Become is packed with the latest info on drugs and alcohol and aims to give young people the ability to make informed decisions about substance use and to stay safe. £7 each.
On the money: how to manage your money before it manages you
*LAST ORDER DATE 7 APRIL.* A new guide containing essential personal finance tips, advice on budgeting, financial entitlements and debt to give young people the skills and confidence to make their money work for them. £3.50 each.
Supporting children with special educational needs (SEN) - a guide for foster carers
*LAST ORDER DATE 7 APRIL.* Our guide for foster carers introduces the key issues around looking after a child with SEN in England - from seeking a diagnosis to post-16 support. £5 each.
Staying Put in Residential Care
Become (then The Who Cares? Trust), Action for Children, Barnardo’s, the National Children’s Bureau, residential provider the Together Trust and the Centre for Child and Family Research at Loughborough University collaborated in 2014 on a project exploring the support that should be provided to young people who leave care from a children's home.