The environments of residential living for children and young people under the age of 18.

1st August 2021

By Ewan Anderson and Norman Cooke.

The core and focus of any setting is the human environment in which children and staff interact. Within this can be distinguished the personal space of children and staff, communal space and service space. The human environment is enclosed within the physical environment which may comprise the built environment alone or may include grounds and gardens limited by a boundary.

These two environments constitute the residential setting, which is located within the external environment, essentially the outside world…. read in full at…

The Therapeutic Care Journal Source: The environments of residential living for children and young people under the age of 18. – The Therapeutic Care Journal

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