- Just published on the 1st June 2019, in The Therapeutic Care Journal, Colin Maginn’s ‘The Yellow Socks Theory and Evidence-based practice for children in public care’
- New peer reviewed research shows significant improvements in both behavioural and affective measures achieved following implementation of the Pillars of Parenting ’emotional warmth model of professional childcare’.
Cameron, R.J. and Das, R. (2019) “Empowering Residential Carers of Looked After Young People: The Impact of the Emotional Warmth Model of Professional Child Care” British Journal of Social Work
Our model is one of very few in the world which has peer-reviewed research data which demonstrates a positive impact on children. The probability of obtaining these significant positive outcomes by chance, is less than one in a thousand.
United Nations Report
Visit to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Report of the Special Rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights
The bottom line is that much of the glue that has held British society together since the Second World War has been deliberately removed and replaced with a harsh and uncaring ethos. A booming economy, high employment and a budget surplus have not reversed austerity, a policy pursued more as an ideological than an economic agenda. (click to go to the report)
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