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A study of throughcare and aftercare services in Scotland

Jo Dixon

A study of throughcare and aftercare services in Scotland

by Jo Dixon

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Published by Scottish Executive in Edinburgh .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Children -- Services for -- Scotland.

  • Edition Notes

    Caption title.

    StatementJo Dixon and Mike Stein.
    SeriesScotland"s children : children (Scotland) Act 1995 research findings -- no. 3
    ContributionsStein, Mike., Scotland. Scottish Executive.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination8 p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15599887M
    ISBN 100755933648
    OCLC/WorldCa50555405

    Throughcare and Aftercare Service. There are around children and young people looked after by local authorities in Scotland, of whom about are over 15 years old. About young people aged 16 or over cease to be looked after each year. They address the impact of throughcare and aftercare services, and argue for a more gradual transition towards independence, combined with more consistent and ongoing support after young people leave book draws on the Scottish context to offer valuable lessons that are important reading for all students and practitioners in the fields.

    Leaving Care: Throughcare and Aftercare in Scotland, Jo Dixon and Mike Stein, London, Jessica Kingsley Publishers, , pp. , ISBN , £/US$ been published as A Study of Throughcare and Aftercare Services in Scotland, which is No 3 in the Children (Scotland) Act Research Findings series (ISBN ). This is available both in hard copy (from David Archibald, telephone ) and on-line.

    Staf collaborated with East Ayrshire Health and Social Care Partnership to support Shannon, a care-experienced young woman, to use her own experience to develop a box of items to support children entering care – including a night light, colouring pens, a book, a teddy and a letter – and to help workers build the relationships that are key to overcoming adversity and trauma at such a. Beyond 18 - Leaving child care institutions: a study of aftercare practices in five states of India 2 The study proposes a ‘Sphere of Aftercare’ concept, or model, which offers a framework for support across eight interdependent domains (such as housing, health and wellbeing, education and so on) much like the Pathways Planning.


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Throughcare and Aftercare Services in Scotland’s Local Authorities A National Study Kenny McGhee, Jennifer Lerpiniere, Vicki Welch, Pamela Graham, Bruce Harkin March For further information or to provide comments about this report please contact: Kenny McGhee Throughcare and Aftercare Lead, CELCIS @ File Size: KB.

Leaving Care: Throughcare and Aftercare in Scotland [Mike Stein, Jo Dixon] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. How can social workers and agencies best support young people as they make the transition from care to independent living. This authoritative study investigates the successes and failures of care services for young peoplePrice: $ title = "Throughcare and Aftercare Services in Scotland's Local Authorities: a National Study", abstract = "This research seeks to establish a clear picture of current throughcare and aftercare (TCAC) provision across Scotland’s local authorities and to provide evidence that will inform ongoing debates about future directions and priorities Cited by: 2.

This report presents findings from two studies: (1) a national policy survey of Scottish local authorities and other service providers to explore arrangement for providing throughcare and aftercare to youth in out-of-home care under the Children (Scotland) Act ; and (2) an in-depth study of the experience of youth leaving the care of three Scottish local by: 3.

First of three reports from a study of the potential effects of the Public Services (Joint Working) (Scotland) Act and the resultant integration of (adult) health and social care services on.

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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Jo Dixon and Mike Stein. A recent study of throughcare and aftercare services in Scotland (Dixon and Stein, ) found that the mean age for young people leaving care was 16 years and the majority (94 per cent) had.

This authoritative study investigates the successes and failures of care services for young people, identifying factors that hinder effective transition from care and the types of support that help to promote positive life choices.\" \"This book draws on the Scottish context to offer valuable lessons that are important reading for all students.

Get this from a library. Leaving care: throughcare and aftercare in Scotland. [Jo Dixon; Mike Stein] -- How can social workers and agencies best support young people as they make the transition from care to independent living.

This authoritative study explores the successes and failures of care. T1 - A Study of Throughcare and Aftercare Services in Scotland. AU - Dixon, J. AU - Stein, M. PY - Y1 - KW - looked after children.

M3 - Other contribution. T3 - Scotland's Children: Children (Scotland) Act Research Findings. PB - Scottish Executive Health Department. CY - Edinburgh. ER. They address the impact of throughcare and aftercare services, and argue for a more gradual transition towards independence, combined with more consistent and ongoing support after young people leave book draws from the Scottish context to offer valuable lessons that are important reading for all students and practitioners in the.

Scotland to host an International Child Trauma Conference in On September we will be hosting an International Child Trauma conference with Dr Bruce Perry alongside partners Aberlour, Clackmannanshire Education and Psychology Services, Seamab, Kibble, and Children in Scotland.

Find out more in this blog. The Importance of. Leaving Care Throughcare and Aftercare in Scotland Jo Dixon and Mike Stein Jessica Kingsley publishers, London,pp. £ ISBN‐13 ; 1. This book fulfils the promise of its title and goes beyond it.

Although it is focused on services, events and outcomes in one country only, it provides useful insights and directions for all child welfare jurisdictions. The. Leaving Care: Throughcare and Aftercare in Scotland By Jo Dixon and Mike Stein. Jessica Kingsley Publishers, London (), £ (paperback), pp.

ISBN 1‐‐‐1. Edited by Jon Glasby This study provides extensive insight into the experiences of young people leaving care. The research was commissioned by the Scottish Executive and is the first national study of.

Scotland to host an International Child Trauma Conference in On September we will be hosting an International Child Trauma conference with Dr Bruce Perry alongside partners Aberlour, Clackmannanshire Education and Psychology Services, Seamab, Kibble, and Children in Scotland.

Find out more in this blog. The Importance of. This research seeks to establish a clear picture of current throughcare and aftercare (TCAC) provision across Scotland’s local authorities and to provide evidence that will inform ongoing debates about future directions and priorities for the TCAC sector.

Above all, the research seeks to provide an evidence base which will help ensure that all care leavers receive the support they need to. throughcare and aftercare services - despite their eligibility for services under the Children (Scotland) Act The collection of accurate and up to date information is a matter for urgent consideration given its implications for the central planning and resourcing of throughcare and aftercare services.

Throughcare: Leaving Care Planning. A study of throughcare and aftercare services in Scotland. By Jo Dixon, Mike Stein, Scotland. Scottish Executive. Central Research Unit (United Kingdom) and Scotland.

Scottish Executive. Education and Young People Research Unit (United Kingdom) Abstract. A Study of Throughcare and Aftercare Services. in Scotland. Jo Dixon and Mike Stein, University of York. The findings presented below are based on: (i) a national policy survey of Scottish local authorities and other service providers to explore arrangements for providing throughcare and aftercare; and (ii) an in.

Leaving Care: Throughcare and Aftercare in Scotland by Jo Dixon How can social workers and agencies best support young people as they make the transition from care to independent living? This authoritative study investigates the successes and failures of care services for young people, identifying factors that hinder effective transition from.Throughcare and Aftercare of Looked After Children in Scotland () HMSO (The working party who looked at legislative and practice reforms) Supporting Young People Leaving Care in Scotland: Regulations and Guidance on Services for Young People Ceasing to be Looked After by Local Authorities () Scottish Executive (The resulting legislative.

The statement should include useful contacts within the authority, such as information on how to access throughcare and aftercare services and other agencies, such as the local Careers Scotland office.

Regulation 7(1) Initial agreement. For .