We all have ambitions, dreams and goals for the future. Young care leavers are no exception!
What needs to happen…
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Today the Welsh Government published the evaluation of the Enhanced Case Management approach.
This is the application of our Trauma Recovery Model to the complex Youth Justice cases.
To get the full details from the Welsh Government website click here.
The Young People Count report was published by the Partnership for Young London in December.
It’s a great source of data on young people.
See the full report here.
On Wednesday this week, Julie Rix published an article in The Guardian about the Enhanced Case Management approach to complex cases in Youth Justice.
The approach is underpinned by and applies our Trauma Recovery Model (TRM) to help young people engage with interventions and deal with their pasts.
Get training information on the TRM here.
Public Health Wales has produced some fantastic research into the effects of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs).
This stuff sits really well alongside our work on the Trauma Recovery Model.
This week the Youth Justice Board published it’s annual stats report.
There’s good news again – fewer kids in prison, and fewer in the system generally.
But we still have a re-offending rate of 37.9% – pretty much the same as last year (and still a good bit higher than it was 10 years ago!)
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The National Association for Youth Justice have published this important briefing by Dr Tim Bateman.
It’s a great summary of the current state of affairs & suggests a radical solution…
Download it here or click the image above. Enjoy!
This week, Young Minds has published it’s latest report: Beyond Adversity – Addressing the Mental Health Needs of Young People Who Face Complexity & Adversity in Their Lives.
Download it free here.
(Psst! Contains loads of brilliant web links to other information! ;0)
Today, Barnardo’s has published it’s parliamentary inquiry into harmful sexual behaviour in children and young people.
Download it for free here.
The NSPCC launches its latest edition of “How Safe Are Our Children.”
This is probably the best source of UK-based child protection data available.
It’s free – download it here.
Cascade has published new research on children’s residential care in Wales. Title:
RESIDENTIAL CARE IN WALES: THE CHARACTERISTICS OF CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE PLACED IN RESIDENTIAL SETTINGS
Download the full report here.