Interim Review of Activity, Outputs, and Progress of the Permanence and Care Excellence Programme

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Abstract

This summary document reviews the progress of the Permanence and Care Excellence (PACE) programme at CELCIS. The review was undertaken using a range of methods which are detailed in the full report, including a questionnaire and interviews with key informants. This summary document is intended to provide a broad overview of the most significant lessons from the review. The PACE programme represents part of the Scottish Government and CELCIS's response to evidence which suggests that looked after children and young people in Scotland experience lengthy periods of uncertainty and insecurity which impact negatively on their life experiences and outcomes. These drivers are detailed in the full report.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationGlasgow
Number of pages39
Publication statusPublished - 30 Nov 2014

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Keywords

  • permanence
  • Permanence and Care Excellence (PACE)
  • celcis
  • children
  • young people

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