As Scotland celebrates Care Experienced Week 2021, Lynda Greig, a member of our National Representative body, discusses how she demands the very best from life – and the crucial role that love and support plays.
Care Experienced group hope their new animated video will promote positive changes in how mental health is viewed.
As part of our Annual Participation Programme 2021-22. We heard Care Experienced people’s views and experiences about their sexual and reproductive health.
One of our volunteers, Jacqui talks about having fun during our summer 2021 programme with a trip to Edinburgh Zoo.
Who Cares? Scotland launches a national campaign that aims to end the discrimination that young people in care face.
Former WC?S Policy Assistant, Lynzy Hanvidge talks about going to Nothern Ireland to attend a political hustings as part of a Care Experienced panel.
Our former Chief Executive, Duncan Dunlop discusses a trip he took to New Zealand in 2016 to oversee a review of their National Child Youth and Family Agency.
Anna Fowlie from the Scottish Social Services Council talks about what it means to be a Corporate Parent a year after SSSC was added to the list of Corporate Parents in 2015.
Former Who Cares? Scotland employee, Robert Foster talks about the importance of widening access to education for Care Experienced people and the responsibilities of Corporate Parents.
Care Experienced member, Shilla Zwizwai talks about the Commission on Widening Access to Education and her own experience at college.