We were delighted to meet again to recognise the fantastic efforts and commitment of our team. It was a special day being able to come together to celebrate and honour those who have made a real difference to Children and Young People across Scotland.
Join us for an informal, yet informative, online discussion of what to expect in this sector and current opportunities to join a highly rewarding working environment. Wed, 15th November - 7pm
Care Experienced Week 2023
An opportunity to connect with each other in an informal way, build relationships, work together as a team, football has taken a key role in doing all of these within Care Visions Residential.
Fergus Faulds - Starting in Residential Child Care and Joining Care Visions!
For the first time in two years, we were able to recognise the fantastic efforts and commitment of our team face-to-face. It was a special day being able to come together to celebrate and honour those who have made a real difference to Children and Young People across Scotland.
The Roots to Growth practice framework proposes the purpose of our work is to ensure our young people experience a ‘Good Childhood’, are safe and protected, have the support to recover from adversity and trauma and are endowed with the skills, resources and relationships to have hopeful, happy and flourishing lives. In developing this framework we have recognised the framework needs to be adaptive, flexible and, in itself, developing as we do.
Care Experienced Week 2022 - Events: 23-29th Oct
Care Visions are recruiting for a Team Member for ‘The Village’. The Village is a collaboration between Care Visions, Early Years Scotland, and SAIA, with investment from the Promise Partnership to develop a place where parents and parents-to-be across Scotland with care-experience, can come together to find information, advice, support and someone to talk to. A welcoming digital Village for parents of preschool children.
Making Scotland the best place to grow up and learn' is a Scottish Government commitment. This is crucial for all children and young people and especially so for the most vulnerable in our society - those who have experienced loss, neglect, abuse, many of whom are 'care experienced'...
In developing the Roots to Growth practice framework; research, evidence, literature and the feedback from insight shared by our Care Visions colleagues were all considered. We took account of what our young people have told us is most important to them.
Written by Pam Hutchison
A poem, written by Sam - Residential Childcare Worker
During this ever-changing time, we’re committed to ensuring the best educational outcomes for our young people across our Fostering and Residential services.
On the 3rd of September 2019, The Why Not? Trust and Scottish Attachment in Action (SAIA) hosted the #DareToBelieve conference, sponsored by Care Visions Children's Services.