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Mar
18

Our response to the Scottish Parliament’s Health and Sport Committee call for evidence into an Inquiry into Health Inequalities.   Read More ...


Nov
29

Residential child care in Scotland and England: how we can make improvements in what we do, wherever we work.   Read More ...


Nov
22

Proposal for a mentoring programme aimed at looked after children and young people in Scotland.   Read More ...


Oct
22

Giving care leavers good housing and support options is essential for their transition to independent living.   Read More ...


Oct
03

We had a great range of speakers and topics at our 2013 conference. Explore the sessions you missed.   Read More ...


Jul
09

A special issue on social pedagogy, guest-edited by Janine Bolger of Robert Gordon University.   Read More ...


May
16

Explored belonging with looked after young people across Scotland using creative methodologies.   Read More ...


Mar
18

Young people in care should be encouraged, enabled and supported to remain in quality care settings until they are ready to leave.   Read More ...


Jan
15

Focusing on the health of our looked after children and young people.   Read More ...

Topic : Health and Wellbeing
Author : CELCIS

Nov
23

How far attachment theory underpins training and practice within Scotland’s children’s sector.   Read More ...


Jun
06

A study of residential managers’ views on the preparedness of residential workers to support children and young people who have experienced the trauma of domestic abuse.   Read More ...


May
15

Approaches to help staff use a therapeutic perspective in their day-to-day social work with children and young people.   Read More ...


Dec
09

Helen chats about how a child's view of the world is formed and what can be done to improve it.   Read More ...

Topic : Health and Wellbeing
Author : CELCIS

Dec
09

A short dramatisation of domestic violence in the home and its effects on a family.   Read More ...


Jun
28

Challenges and rewards of supervision, teamwork and leadership in improving outcomes for looked after children.   Read More ...


May
31

Answers the 'So what does this mean in practice?' question for each topic reviewed.   Read More ...


Nov
01

Explores the similarities between a therapeutic approach and a holistic approach to child care.   Read More ...


Oct
31

A collection of articles dealing with historical or ethical dimensions of residential child care.   Read More ...


Oct
31

A collection of health and wellbeing articles covering mental health, the contributions of arts, information technology and music therapy.   Read More ...


Feb
28

A diverse collection of articles from police involvement in residential child care in Scotland to LGBT questioning in New York City, USA.   Read More ...


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