Social Care – a political football?

Care-experienced young people gain life skills and confidence through football

Alex Jones, Sam Edwards, Tuesday, March 29, 2022

Care-experienced young people are supported to run their own football team, honing their abilities and having fun while also learning important life skills to help prepare them for independent living.

Young people support each other on and off the pitch
Young people support each other on and off the pitch
  • Name St Christopher’s football team
  • Provider St Christopher’s Fellowship

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Football and the ladder of power

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Football reminiscence

There is growing recognition of the benefits to care home residents, particularly those with dementia, of meaningful activities that reflect their interests and preferences. Football-based reminiscence activities are gaining attention and are thought to be of particular interest to men…. Final report of a 12-week pilot study in Scotland Download