News from May 2021
28th May 2021
As a charity we continually strive to develop what we do and improve the experience of leaving care for young people. As professionals we have views on how this can be done but we also recognise that the greatest insight on how to improve things comes from those that have experienced what we provide.
13th May 2021
During May Warwickshire House Project young people are working with Avril (Virtual Reality Director) and Joel (Lecturer in Forensic Psychology) on the StoryFutures Project to explore the development of a digital technology that can support young people leaving care.
Some of our amazing young people are travelling to Northern Ireland next Monday, to learn transferable business skills.Read more
The Midlothian House Project is listed in the 'Practical Prevention Examples' as part of Crisis Scotland's '75 ways to reduce homelessness' report - a compendium of examples from services, projects and approaches in Scotland and beyond already working in the spirit and intention of new proposals to reduce homelessness.Read more
The National House Project featured in Greenwood Place Annual Report 2021-22! Young people leaving care at 16-18 can face a number of challenges, including a lack of qualifications, access to employment, life skills and the community needed to support independent living.Read more