Scottish Journal of Residential Child Care Vol 3 No 1
This issue is guest edited by Jennifer Davidson, newly appointed director of the Scottish Institute for Residential Child Care. Having worked in Canada and the USA, Jennifer writes that she has been 'struck by how firmly the residential child care sector is 'on the map' in Scotland'.
In this issue, you'll find a collection of seven articles dealing with topics as varied as 'meaning making' and reflections on a 2004 BBC television series about social workers in Edinburgh (by Graham McPheat).
|The Looking After Children in Scotland Materials||Jane Scott and Malcolm Hill|
|Let's Face It! Young People Tell Us How It Is||Deirdre Watson|
|Meaning-Making and Intervention in Child and Youth Care Practice||Thom Garfat|
|Residential Child Care in the Spotlight: Reflections on being Involved in the BBC Series||Graham McPheat|
|An Introduction to Camphill Communities and the BA in Curative Education||Norma Hart, Angelika Monteux|
|Celebrate to Care?||Janine Gorman|
|Early Institutional Provision in Scotland for Disabled Children||Iain Hutchison|