6,109 

young people eligible for aftercare as at 31 July 2018

25

percentage of young people eligible for aftercare who were in education, training or employment 

208

young people recorded as in a Continuing Care placement in 2017-2018

We care: workforce wellbeing and trauma sensitive care

Tuesday 29th October 2019 | Stirling Court Hotel, Stirling | 9am - 5pm

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Author: Liam Furby

Location: Stirling Court Hotel,University of Stirling, Stirling

Do you want to help shape Staf policy?

Staf is delighted to announce the formation of a new Policy Engagement Group to ensure that the voice of our members is at the heart of our political output. Check out this short blog for an overview of the group's remit, and get in touch if you are interested in getting involved.

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Author: Cheryl Leggett

We listen. We care. We love.

Mapping Relationships

Mapping Relationships is the first stage of a new three-year project to support you to develop relationship-based practice, funded by The Esmée Fairbairn Foundation. We will be consulting with all of those who work with care leavers in Scotland to gather opinions and practice examples around relationships.

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Author: Liam Furby

Project Return

Funded by the Life Changes Trust, Project Return will bring together young people and practitioners to aid our understanding of trauma and trauma-informed practice, and to explore the supportive environments we know are required to support recovery and the development of relationships.

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Author: Cheryl Leggett

Youth Justice Voices

With funding from the Life Changes Trust, we have begun a new project, jointly with the Centre for Youth and Criminal Justice, to listen to the voice of care and justice-experienced young people so that their views are given the due weight and attention they deserve.

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Author: Liam Furby

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  • Project Return: Steering Group Social!

    Project Return is now looking for people with care and/or justice experience, alongside members of the workforce to join this projects steering group. We are now meeting fortnightly - email [email protected] to find out more and get involved! Read more

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    Youth Just Us, the steering group behind the CYCJ/Staf Youth Justice Voices project, have already made a substantial impact, with interest from policy makers and politicians. Ruth Kerracher shares the key messages emerging as a result of the dedicated efforts of these dynamic young people. Read more

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    Pamela Graham, our Head of Learning and Development, has contributed a blog to Children in Scotland's '25 Calls' campaign. In the article, Pamela argues that the collection of robust data on the mental health of young people with care experience could lead to action to radically improve their transition to adulthood. Read more