Children in Scotland, in partnership with Queen Margaret University, are holding a conference which will focus on the latest research, creative approaches and current projects aimed at improving food experiences, and the health and wellbeing of children and their families.
Health Improvement Scotland advise that the first UK guidelines for diagnosing Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) has been published by the Scottish Intercollegiate Guidelines Network (SIGN). SIGN develops clinical guidelines for Scotland and is part of Healthcare Improvement Scotland. The guidelines supports the Scottish…
This seminar, exploring findings of a recently completed study of the primary school transition experiences of children from BME, migrant and refugee backgrounds in Edinburgh, Scotland. It will be delivered by a partnership of colleagues from Edinburgh and Stirling Universities and the Multi-Cultural Family Base in Edinburgh – the latter providing student placements to a range of SW programmes in Scotland.
CELCIS work on going beyond the headlines to understand the experience of going to university from care.
SIRCC invite all with an interest in residential child care – practitioners and young people – to apply to be part of the programme for the 20th anniversary of this annual conference.
IRISS have signposted us to new resources to support practitioners, Practice Educators and students working with children and adults in families.
An opportunity for PEs and students to be part of an online learning community for 6 weeks, beginning 1 October, exploring the key principals, pillars and implications of the UN Guidelines for the alternative care of children.
Children in Scotland are pleased to open their call fro contributions to this year’s annual conference, 7-8 November, Murrayfield Stadium , Edinburgh.
Who Cares? Scotland are advertising for a Development Assistant based in Paisley.
Child-inclusive practice is designed to shift the focus away from parental conflict to focus on the children’s needs and ongoing support.