The comparison in the previous chapter of the characteristics, care careers and experiences on leaving of the provided for group of young people (PFG) and the rest of the study population (RSP) made it clear that there were certain features that could be viewed as characteristic of the PFG. Furthermore on the basis of following up the young people in the PFG it could be seen that two years on many of these features were excentuated. However the most important characteristic was that they were provided for. Accordingly attention will now be given to the nature of that provision. The following findings are from analysis of interviews with workers directly or indirectly responsible for preparing the young people in the PFG for leaving care and for providing after care support. As mentioned in the methodology forty eight interviews in all were carried out with a range of professionals, twenty-eight with workers involved in the preparation work and twenty with after care workers.