How our new project will support our members to prioritise relationships

Staf is embarking on a new project to support the development of relationship-based practice. In this blog, we give you a quick outline of the project.Read more

Four key outcomes from our latest Implications of Continuing Care Focus Group

Read about the key outcomes from our latest Implications of Continuing Care focus group, where we examined what good practice looks like in the provision of Continuing Care.Read more

The importance of relationships with our pets

Read our blog about what pets and animals mean to care-experienced young people and the benefits of animals in their lives.Read more

Our response to the Scottish Government's social isolation and loneliness strategy

Read our response to the Scottish Government's strategy to tackle social isolation and loneliness, and build stronger social connections - entitled 'A Connected Scotland'.Read more

The New Year's resolution we're sticking to in 2019

In this blog, Norma, our CEO, sets out our plans for the year ahead.Read more

2018 in Numbers: what we achieved together last year

It's been a packed year at Staf - find out what we've achieved together over the course of 2018.Read more

7 things you need to know on the Fairer Scotland Action Plan Progress Report

Lewis, our Policy and Events Officer, explains 7 key points to know from the 'Fairer Scotland Action Plan Progress Report', published by the Scottish Government on 20th December 2018.Read more

How can we support care leavers into employment?

Lewis, our Events and Policy Officer, takes a look at two of the key issues arising for young people with regards to employment in preparation for the group's next meeting on 6th February. Find out more here.Read more

Our ‘Book Week Scotland’ reading list

This week is ‘Book Week Scotland’ and we thought it was a great time to share what we’ve been reading in 2018.Read more

Universal Children’s Day: how we’ll contribute to delivering children’s rights

Today is Universal Children’s Day, marking the day in 1989 that the Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) was adopted by the United Nations General Assembly.Read more

Creating a system that privileges relationships

How do we create a trauma-informed system which privileges relationships and allows our young people to thrive? Find out more.Read more

Interview with Gerald Neil on his life, his work and reducing stress in our lives

Gerald Neil is a successful accountant and qualified stress and relaxation therapist. Here, we talk to Gerald about his background, how to improve the lives of care experienced young people and how we can all do more to reduce stress in our lives.Read more