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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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Category: David Grimm

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David Grimm asks if physical restraint should be used at all in residential child care, using his own experience of care to discuss the ability to adapt to the needs of individuals young people.

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Category: Louise Hill

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Louise Hill talks about the impact of the Children (Equal Protection from Assault) Bill in Scotland.

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Category: Dr Laura Steckley

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Laura Steckley explains how people are coming together to consider how to apply what we know about both experience and theory to address the practice of restraint in residential care.

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Category: Joanne McMeeking

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Introducing a series of blog posts which will consider the use of physical restraint in residential child care from multiple perspectives.

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Category: Lizzie Morton

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Incorporation of the UNCRC is an important piece of a jigsaw puzzle, but on its own it is not enough. Lizzie Morton explains the thinking behind the CELCIS response to the Scottish Government's consultation on children's rights.

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Category: Dawn Parker

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South Ayrshire CHAMPS Board is working in partnership with Belmont Academy in Ayr to bring care experienced young people together and support and encourage them.

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Category: Dr Neil Harrison

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First published by Exchange Wales on 14 August 2019.

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Category: Prof Jason Leitch

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Ahead of the Global Implementation Conference, Scotland’s National Clinical Director, Professor Jason Leitch CBE shares some thoughts on his implementation journey, Scotland’s increasing use of change methodologies, and why learning from others makes sense

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