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We are CELCIS

We are committed to making positive and lasting improvements in the wellbeing of Scotland's children living in and on the edges of care. Ours is a truly collaborative agenda; we work alongside partners, professionals and systems with responsibility for nurturing our vulnerable children and families. Together we work to understand the issues, build on existing strengths, introduce best possible practice and develop solutions.

Visit the Knowledge bank - jam packed with reserach, blogs, articles...
Newsfeed
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Society pays later for not giving vulnerable children a good start
October 7th
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Child abuse inquiry set to publish orphanage findings
October 7th
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Foster care agency to change hands for more than £100 million
October 6th
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Improving attainment for looked after children
October 5th
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A strong shortlist as we announce nominees for 2018 Herald Society Awards
October 4th
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Charity has the answer to boosting youth mental health
October 4th
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In the new edition of CYP Now: SEND Special, tackling youth violence, and DfE mythbuster
September 25th
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A Perfect Storm Is Brewing In Children's Social Care
September 25th
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Award for third sector boss
September 25th
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Ayrshire police play ACE card in drive to reduce crime
September 25th

Training & events

Friday 12 October

Introduction to Active Implementation (Level A) (1)

University of Strathclyde, Lord Hope Building - St James Road, Glasgow, G4 0LT

Thursday 25 October

CELCIS Education Forum Meeting

St Mungo's Museum - 2 Castle Street, Glasgow, G4 0RH

Monday 29 October

Caring for Vulnerable Children

Online

Blog

University can be a tricky place if you have been in care

This blog post explores the findings of a recent briefing from CELCIS about going to university from care.

Information is power

Laura Conachan explains how the Children's Hearing System can be improved by seeing the bigger picture.

The mistrusting brain and blocked care

Evidence suggests that DDP (attachment-focused family therapy) is effective in helping recovery from developmental trauma. Here's how.
Pay Now, Train Later