By setting up systems which reflect the lessons of research
A free e-learning and organizational development program for orphanages and foster families in quality care-giving in 29 languages
What it’s like being in care.
Helping children to begin to trust
Including language impairment, epilepsy, childminding, fostering and adoption, rating books, the Golden Jubilee, running away, safeguarding, ‘research’ and Mittel Appenzell.
Sharing the problems: a book based on experience.
Children and young people speak out about contact with their families
Including riots, long summer holidays, residential child care statistics, street work, Wellesley Nautical School, Gerd Schemenau, laughter, remembering residential care, and FunMats
A research report which demonstrated children’s need for residential care
Stability and continuity of care for the children, but sometimes there’s a price to pay
Sir Paul Ennals The National Children’s Bureau (NCB) has announced today that Sir Paul Ennals will be moving on from his role as Chief Executive in the autumn of 2011. Paying tribute to Sir Paul, NCB Chair, Dame Gillian Pugh, said, “NCB has been enormously fortunate to have been led by Paul Ennals for the … Read more…
Is there a future for a boy with a past?