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Oct
09

Joanne McMeeking and John Ryan discuss the main themes to come from SIRCC 2020 Online.   Read More ...

Topic : Residential care, SIRCC
Author : CELCIS

Oct
09

We asked the residential community what the extraordinary ordinary has meant to them in recent months. Find out what they said.   Read More ...


Oct
09

Links to hints and tips for keeping physically and mentally well during COVID-19.   Read More ...

Topic : Health and Wellbeing, SIRCC
Author : CELCIS

Oct
08

A recording of the Webinar in which Who Cares? Scotland, Aberdeen City Council and CELCIS learned together about current recording practice in residential child care.   Read More ...


Oct
06

Five short clips From Louise Wallwein's keynote at SIRCC 2019 have been extracted to support reflection individually and/or discussion by the residential child care community.   Read More ...


Oct
05

We've pulled together examples from across the CELCIS website of the extraordinary ordinary in residential child care during the public health emergency and lockdown.   Read More ...

Topic : Residential care, SIRCC
Author : CELCIS

Oct
02

A video summary of comments and thinking during week one of SIRCC 2020 Online   Read More ...

Topic : Residential care, SIRCC
Author : CELCIS

Jun
04

This issue comprises articles submitted in response to a call for submissions to celebrate the 20th anniversary conference of the Scottish Institute of Residential Child Care (SIRCC). The issue includes a poem by social worker and poet, Charlie Gracie, the key note address given by Professor Jim Anglin, and articles reflecting on child and youth care practice in several countries.   Read More ...





Mar
01

We are now moving towards a professionalism that is defined by passion and commitment expressed through the transparent and responsible use of relationships.   Read More ...


Feb
10

Our special issue on love in professional practice is packed with articles and reflections from academics and practitioners across the globe.   Read More ...


Sep
29

Kenny McGhee responds to the recent STV 'Who Cares' programme by exploring the need for genuine and caring relationships and removing barriers for looked after children and young people.   Read More ...


Jul
04

Submit your own articles for inclusion in SJRCC. We welcome many types of paper including commentary on practice, critical analysis and book reviews.   Read More ...

Topic : Residential care, SIRCC
Author :


Jun
19

Browse the resources from our 2015 National Conference exploring Steps to Success: Supporting quality transitions through and beyond residential child care.   Read More ...


May
19

Michelle McCue blogs about the 2015 SIRCC conference and its focus on how residential child care is changing.   Read More ...


Apr
27

CELCIS was born out of the Scottish Institute of Residential Child Care. Read about our history...   Read More ...

Topic : SIRCC
Author :

May
05

This issue features an article on speech, language and communication needs of children in residential care, as well as other topics as diverse as autism, acoustic ecology, using educational drama, and care leavers’ engagement with services.   Read More ...


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