Research evaluation of a new shared living foster care placement at Kibble in Glasgow, exploring whether we can use adverse childhood events (ACEs) to success at an intensive fostering support programme
A research evaluation of a service which provides support to children who have large numbers of adverse childhood events to work out which patterns of those events the service works for, and which it does not.
We found that the existing service often struggled to work with the children with the most severe adverse childhood events, especially where that was combined with the children also showing severe dysregulatory behaviour. This opens space to look at the additional levels of support those children need, and for a new service to be launched to try and support those children.
|Effective start/end date||2/01/17 → 30/09/18|
- Kibble Education and Care Service: £10,926.00
- Kibble Education and Care Service: £36,886.00
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