A hard-hitting new series looking at the work of Barnardos Cymru across Wales.
Somebody's Child charts the work of two services. First the story of Natasha and Megan, just two of the thousands of young carers looking after family members in Wales. Second, a look at the work of the Cardiff-based Caterpillar mental health project and support worker Sarah as she seeks to support two young people with mental health problems - Louis, just 17, who has an eating disorder and 15-year- old Emma, who is in recovery from her self-harming behaviour. The final programme in this hard hitting series follows the work of Barnardo's pioneering projects.
Gwen's family is at breaking points and Michael is threatening to leave home unless his Mum Laura stops drinking. When family like reaches crisis point, Barnardos Neath/Port Talbot Family Group Service is on hard to help.
In Abertillery, Barnardos advertise for a respite carer for single mum Christine who is desperate for a break from her disabled 17-year-old daughter. In Carmarthenshire, mum of three adopted children Eva is also in need of a break from her caring responsibilities.
This week we follow the work of Barnardo's Caterpillar project worker Sarah as she seeks to support two young people with mental health problems: Louis, just 17, has an eating disorder and 15-year-old Emma is in recovery from her self-harming behaviour.