Editorial – James Anglin
I came away truly inspired by the spirit of open inquiry I had experienced, and reflecting on how far our child and youth care field has come over the past decade. Professional child and youth care journals have for many years urged practitioners and local agencies to embrace the task of knowledge development and the publishing of results so that this learning can be built upon as we engage with allied professions in the enterprise of service transformation. I hope that this issue of the AASCF can be distributed widely and shared across the child welfare sector, as it should inspire others to pick up the challenge of documenting practice-based evidence in support of more grounded and relevant evidence-based practice.
Onward and upward AASCF!
James P. Anglin
Professor, School of Child and Youth Care
University of Victoria, British Columbia
Reconstructing Group/Residential Care in Alberta: A Discussion Paper – Rhonda Barraclough
A Renewed Perspective of Group Care and Residential Treatment: An Orientation toward Therapeutic Group/Residential Care, Part One – Setting the Context: Establishing Value in the Service System and Initiating the Construct of Therapeutic Group/Residential Care – Anton Smith, M.S.W., Allen Balser, M.A.L., Bjorn Johansson, M.S.W.
Group Care Symposium #1 – May 2014
Family-Style Teaching Homes: An Alternative to Traditional Models of Group Care- Erin O’Reilly
Family Centred Practice: A Group Home Perspective -Patrick Langlois, Teri Campbell, & Gena Decker