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Category: Barbara Firth

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Barbara shares the learning that she gained throughout designing, applying and adapting the model in Wales, England and Jersey, and how this has helped her to support the first case review in Scotland, based on the Welsh approach.

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Category: David Grimm

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As part of Care Experienced Week, David Grimm has written a blog post and Simone Smith shares a vlog describing the learning and discussion from a group of care experienced young people’s recent trip to Jersey as part of the Scotland-Jersey Participation Project

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Category: Nick Hobbs

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This article was first published by The Children and Young People's Commissioner Scotland on 23 October 2019

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Category: Joanne McMeeking

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The final post in the series of blog posts examining physical restraint in residential child care.

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Category: John Ryan

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The next in the series of blog posts examining physical restraint in residential child care.

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Category: Joe Gibb

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The next in the series of blog posts examining physical restraint in residential child care.

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Category: Alex Horne

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The next in the series of blog posts examining physical restraint in residential child care.

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Category: John Radoux

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This blog post was first published as an article for Community Care in June 2019.

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Category: Erica Barr

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Bridging the gap between theory and practice is the discussion in the latest blog on physical restraint in residential child care.

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Category: Debbie Nolan

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The criminisation of children in residential care. We need to be careful when changing practice as there can be unintended consequences.

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