A series of 12 papers written over a six-year period to provide ideas about residential practice based on current research. Re-issued in 2011 to celebrate SIRCC’s 10th anniversary.
The In Residence papers provide accessible material that stretches and supports those who want to work in a more ‘evidence-informed’ way.
This re-issue has been augmented with material for supervisors linked to each of the papers. We hope this will help workers look at how they can transfer the learning within the paper into practice.
We have also asked subject experts to review the earliest papers and add their own foreword which provides a reflection on the original.
The series has 12 papers:
No. 1 March 2003 Working in the Lifespace.
No. 2 August 2005 Children’s Rights
No. 3 December 2006 Historic abuse in residential care: sharing good practice.
No. 4 December 2006 Working with younger children in residential care.
No. 5 June 2007 Conflict Resolution in Residential Child Care.
No. 6 October 2007 Bereavement.
No. 7 February 2008 Use of Self in Residential Child Care.
No. 8 May 2008 Reducing Offending.
No. 9 September 2008 Supporting Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Young People in Residential Child Care.
No. 10 January 2009 Understanding Autism.
No. 11 April 2009 Supporting Transitions and Throughcare: Lessons from Secure Care.
No. 12 August 2009