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Celebrating 150 years of care

In a new series celebrating the 150th anniversary of social care in the Church, Thomas Baldwin looks at the work of The Bungalow in Stonehaven.

HOW do you provide for teenagers with complex needs, when children’s services are no longer appropriate for them but nothing exists locally to cater for them as adults?

In the case of the manager of a home for disabled children in Stonehaven, the answer was simply to build a new facility. And the result, a classic case of necessity being the mother of invention, is now one of CrossReach’s more notable success stories.

The Bungalow was constructed around 1995 in the grounds of Keith Lodge, which at the time was a residential and respite home for children with learning disabilities and complex needs operated by what was then called the Church of Scotland’s Board of Social Responsibility.

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