Friends, family and YOU
You can ask to have more contact with your siblings
You have the right to have contact with your family, which includes your siblings. In some situations the type of contact you have with your siblings may vary. Talk to your caseworker about:
- the type of contact you can have with your siblings (phone, on line, catch ups),
- how often you can see them,
- what kind of contact you would like to have.
Your caseworker is responsible to ensure you have contact with your siblings.
"87% of young people in care 15 years and over report getting as much help as they need staying in touch with friends and family"
~ FACS 2015 National out-of-home care survey NSW dataset