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Publication - Guidance

Staying put Scotland: providing care leavers with connectedness and belonging

Published: 22 Oct 2013
Part of:
Children and families, Communities and third sector
ISBN:
9781782569909

Guidance on making care planning decisions that prioritise relationship-based practice, as well as extended and graduated transitions.

38 page PDF

706.2kB

38 page PDF

706.2kB

Contents
Staying put Scotland: providing care leavers with connectedness and belonging
Further Reading

38 page PDF

706.2kB

Further Reading

Munro, Ward, Lushey & NCAS Right2BCared4 Pilots: Final Report (2010)

Stein, M Young People Leaving Care: Supporting Pathways to Adulthood (2012)

Wade, J. ' Developing Leaving Care Services: Tapping the Potential of Foster Parents' in Adoption and Fostering, Vol; 21 No 3, pp 40-49(1997)

Scotland's Commissioner for Children and Young People Sweet 16 : The Age of Leaving Care in Scotland (2008)

Hill, Duncalf & McGhee: Still Caring: Leaving Care in Scotland ( CELCIS 2013)

Broad, B. Prof. "Care Leavers in Transition" de Montford University (2007)

Wade & Dixon "Making a home, finding a job" in Child & Family Social Work, 11,3, 199-208, (2006)

These Are Our Bairns: A Guide For Community Planning Partnerships on Being A Good Corporate Parent, Scottish Government (2008)

Making Not Breaking: Building Relationships For Our Most Vulnerable Children: The Findings of The Care Inquiry (2013)

T he G.E.M Scheme (Going the Extra Mile) Regional Guidance on the Provision of Financial Support to Carers who continue to Support / Accommodate Young People Aged 18 - 21 years who are engaged in Education, Training, Employment or Prevocational Initiatives

When I Am Ready: Planning Transitions to Adulthood. Welsh Govt. (2012)

Evaluation of The Right2BCared4 Pilots

National Housing Options and Accommodation Protocol, for Care Leavers and their Corporate Parents, Scottish Government (2013)

DfE, DWP & HMRC Guidance, Staying Put: Arrangements for Care Leavers aged 18 years and above (2013)

Access All Areas: Action For All Government Departments to Support Young Peoples Journey From Care to Adulthood NCAS/Catch22 (2012)

National Guidance for the External Management of Residential Child care Establishments in Scotland (Scottish Government, 2013)

Mike Stein. Young People Leaving Care: Supporting Pathways to Adulthood (2012)

Evaluation of the Right"BCare4 Pilots: Final Report (2011)

We Can and Must Do Better": Core Tasks for managers in Educational and residential Establishments in Scotland, Scottish Government, (2008)

Munro, Lushey, NCAS, Maskell-Graham, Ward & Holmes. Evaluation of the Staying Put: 18 Plus Family Placement Programme: Final Report Research, Loughborough University

Dixon & Stein, Leaving Care: Throughcare & Aftercare in Scotland (2005)

Stein & Munro eds, Young Peoples Transitions from Care To Adulthood: International research & practice (2008)

Wade, J. 'Developing Leaving Care Services - Tapping the Potential of Foster Parents" in Adoption and Fostering, Vol; 21 No 3, 1997 pp 40-49

Biehal, N., Clayden, J., Stein, M., & Wade, J.2004in N. Frost (ed.) Developing leaving care services Child Welfare: Major Themes in Health and Social Welfare Routledge, Andoverpp.295-30

NCAS/Catch22, Staying Put 18+ Family Placement Programme (Peer Research Report)(National Care Advisory Service)

Emily R Munro, Clare Lushey, National Care Advisory Service, Debi Maskell-Graham and Harriet Ward with Lisa Holmes. Centre for Child and Family Research, Loughborough University, Evaluation of the Staying Put: 18 Plus Family Placement Programme: Final report

Mike Stein Resilience & Young People Leaving Care: Overcoming The Odds ( JRF, 2005)


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