Notre Dame extends support to burdened kinship carers

The Notre Dame Centre supports the social, psychological and educational wellbeing of children, young people and families through therapeutic work. The Centre was founded in 1931 under the guidance of Sister Marie Hilda in response to the demand for specialised provision for children experiencing emotional difficulties.

This month Flourish, the official newspaper of the Archdiocese of Glasgow, ran an article on a Notre Dame project that helps to support kinship carers. The self-referral project has been funded for 5 years and supports children and families through the provision of 20 weekly sessions. You can read the full article here