Scottish Journal of Residential Child Care Vol 9 No 1
This issue looks at the impact of providing a continuum of care in the throughcare and aftercare process, as well as some thoughts on the necessary criteria for practice in specialist residential services.
Check out our article on managing anxiety in residential settings and read 2 reviews of Mark Smith’s Rethinking residential child care: positive perspectives.
|Changing culture: learning into practice||Bert Lawrie|
|Do you seek to be a specialist therapeutic residential care provider for children and young people who have complex needs?||Richard Cross|
|Inspecting for positive outcomes||Bryan Livingstone|
|Are you managing? The effective management of anxiety in residential settings||Iain McLeod|
|Revisiting the Modifying Environment approach||Jack Phelan|
|Barriers and facilitators in delivering a new model of sexual health service for young people who are looked after||Hannah Dale and Lorna Watson|
|The impact of providing a continuum of care in the throughcare and aftercare process.||Caroline Chittleburgh|
|Everyday life in focus in residential child care||Helle Schjellerup Nielsen|
|Introduction and preamble||Laura Steckley|
|Rethinking residential child care||Pat Petrie|
|Rethinking residential child care||Zachari Duncalf|
|Don't touch! The educational story of a panic||Laura Steckley|