UCAS; Does being hospitalised count as "being in care"? Watch

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I am filling in the UCAS application and there is this thing called "in care" and I am unsure whether I fit under this umbrella.
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Pretty sure it means those in the care system i.e state looked after children. Why would being hospitalised count when you still have your parents as your legal guardians?

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Pretty sure it means those in the care system i.e state looked after children. Why would being hospitalised count when you still have your parents as your legal guardians?

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Ah! Thank you for clearing it up!
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Pretty sure it means those in the care system i.e state looked after children. Why would being hospitalised count when you still have your parents as your legal guardians?

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Yes it's children looked after by the state
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