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Category: Carol Wassell

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What’s known as concurrency planning is beginning to be adopted in Scotland, and it's a potent means of achieving permanent, stable homes and futures for the youngest looked-after children.

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Category: Paul McKee

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Paul McKee is an advocacy worker who helps parents to express their views when decisions are being made about their children.

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Category: Jennifer McKearney

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Jennifer McKearney, of Aberdeenshire’s legal and governance department explains how PACE has cut drift and delay in their decision making

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Category: Fiona Aitken

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The rewards of adopting can far outweigh any barriers

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Category: Diana Beveridge

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Diana Beveridge of Scottish Government explains why improving permanence by reading the data works.

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Category: Lesley-Ann Stewart

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How social workers sharing ideas has been inspirational for their learning and practice.

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Category: Dominique Harvey

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Getting ready to start on the PACE journey.

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Category: Aileen Nicol

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Why permanence matters for looked after children, and why we must share our passion to improve.

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Category: Kenny McGhee

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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.

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Category: Linda O'Neill

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Linda O'Neill tells the story behind the recent education statistics.

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