As a young person in care, you will have a named Social Worker who will visit you at least once every six weeks. Their main focus is to support you in your foster placement and to make sure that you are safe, happy and healthy and that plans are in place to make sure that continues. When you meet your Social Worker, you will have the chance to give your opinions and views about your Care Plan and anything that is worrying you, for example about where you are living or at school. They will listen to you to find out what you think about issues that affect you. Your Social Worker will also help you see your parents or family members if it is safe and appropriate for you to do so. They will be in contact with all of the other professionals involved with your care to make sure the care you are receiving is of a high standard and meets your needs. If you ever feel unhappy or unsure about your social worker, any of the other adults mentioned in this section would be more than happy to listen, understand and take the appropriate actions.