Residential Care

Neil Gentleman, Ian Milligan, Liz Lafferty, Robert Davies, Sue Holden

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Abstract

Many of the young people will be displaying pain‐based behaviour (Anglin 2002) and plans made for them should minimise possible re‐traumatisation. The best attempt must be made to match the young person to the residential service that can best meet their needs. NRCCI noted that Residential Care can be a positive choice for the children and young people whose needs it serves Higher Aspirations, Brighter Futures. Residential staff build and maintain the relationships with young people and their families which can meet their needs for safety and security and contribute to achieving desired outcomes.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationGlasgow
PublisherUniversity of Strathclyde
Number of pages1
Edition6
Publication statusPublished - 5 May 2014

Keywords

  • residential care
  • young offenders
  • youth justice
  • youth justice system

Cite this

Gentleman, N., Milligan, I., Lafferty, L., Davies, R., & Holden, S. (2014). Residential Care. (6 ed.) University of Strathclyde.