Another Kind of Home: A Review of Residential Child Care

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9780114942359: Another Kind of Home: A Review of Residential Child Care

This report provides a strategic overview of the issues confronting residential child care services and at the same time addresses some basic issues that affect the experience and quality of daily life of young people in residential care. The focus of the review has been the 154 homes and schools in Scotland which are either run by, or registered with, a local authority social work department and provide care for the purposes of the Social Work (Scotland) Act 1968. The emphasis throughout the report is on the young people's personal experience of theis public service with its immediate and long-term effects on individuals' lives.

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