EACH – European Association for Children in Hospital – is an international umbrella organisation open to European non-governmental, non-profit associations involved in the welfare of children in hospital and other healthcare services. In 1988 EACH memb Read more…
The Residential Care Health Project, NHS Lothian 2004 ISBN 0-9546292-0-5
A resource for Foster Carers. Introduction https://vimeo.com/128141528 CAMHS https://vimeo.com/128142084 Doctor GP https://vimeo.com/128142083 Social Worker, Foster Carer https://vimeo.com/128141533 Foster Carer https://vimeo.com/128141531 Paediatricia Read more…
https://vimeo.com/222558888 The Health Matters for Children and Young People in Kinship Care DVD features kinship carers discussing issues affecting the health outcomes of the children in their care. There are also interviews with practitioners who dis Read more…
A postcard accompanies the LAAC poster and gives more information on the health needs and rights of children and young people in and leaving care. Describes how the CHS website can help. Postcard (227 kB)
An A4 poster guiding people to other sources of information on meeting the healthcare needs and rights of children and young people in and leaving care. A postcard accompanies the poster. A4 poster (200 kB)
Looked After Children and young People ISBN 978-0-7559-5305-9 Looked After Children and young People (340 kB)
Working together to improve the lives of care leavers.
A flyer on the health needs and rights of children and young people in and leaving care. Their health matters (2 MB)
Project report: 2007-2010. Their Health Matters report (358 kB)
A guide for community planning partnerships on being a good corporate parent. ISBN 978-0-7559-5822-1 These Are Our Bairns report (2 MB)
Who Cares? Scotland is a voluntary organisation working with and for children & young people in care providing a range of services to children & young people with experience of being looked after in Scotland including: advocacy, advice, informa Read more…
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