N.R.C.C.I. What does it say?. N.R.C.C.I NRCCI to deliver on the government commitment to work with partners to make residential care the first and best placement of choice for those children whose needs it serves.
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What does it say?
N.R.C.C.INRCCI to deliver on the government commitment to work with partners to make residential care the first and best placement of choice for those children whose needs it serves.
lowest level on record
Scottish Government 2011 (1987-2011)
Quality Staffing Grade 4 and above
Care Home 88.3%
Quality of Care Grade 4 and above
Quality Management and Leadership
Grade 4 and above
TORCROFT YOUNG PERSONS CENTRE
Manifesto for Change
Historical Developments & Influences.
The 1960’s saw the growth and development of the social work profession, legislation following the Kilbrandon (1964) report and Seebohm (1968) reports in Scotland and England proposed the bringing together of the diverse local authority welfare services together within a new social services department thus locating residential child care within the social work profession.
According to Crimmens and Milligan residential care found itself operating in a much changed and largely hostile professional and organisational environment. (Crimmens and Milligan, 2005 pg 20).
Alongside the development of the social work profession was the emerging critique that institutional care in all its forms was de-personalising and stigmatising.