“Could an Increased Focus on Identity Development in the Provision of Children’s Services Help Shape Positive Outcomes for Care Leavers?”

A Literature Review: Child Care in Practice: Vol 24, No 1, Published online: 16 Aug 2016, Lara Ferguson “Children’s Services in this review is taken to mean all agencies involved in the provision of services to children and young people in and leaving care. Although outcomes for children in care have improved in recent years,Continue reading ““Could an Increased Focus on Identity Development in the Provision of Children’s Services Help Shape Positive Outcomes for Care Leavers?””

Reconnecting Residential Child Care 2013

We have much we can remember, review and renew. We need to reclaim and recover the English tradition of residential child care. We must challenge conventional but inaccurate thinking about our children’s homes. The unremittingly negative image of children’s homes just isn’t found in real life.By Jonathan Stanley writing in March 2013 Source: Reconnecting Residential ChildContinue reading “Reconnecting Residential Child Care 2013”

Unity through Relationship | goodenoughcaring.com

Unity through Relationship By Maurice Fenton Maurice Fenton entered social care as a volunteer in 1992. over the intervening years he has worked at all levels in residential child care, from trainee to director in the statutory, voluntary and private sectors. He returned to education at the age of forty and has remained there everContinue reading “Unity through Relationship | goodenoughcaring.com”