Lancaster University Recurrent Care Film, "Turning Points"

We were commissioned by Lancaster University to make a new documentary film about their three year project on issues around recurrent care with vulnerable young women. ‘Turning Points’, is a film in which women share their stories of positive change. The film provides hope for other women in similar difficulties, who have also had children removed from their care.

Filming took place in and around the university in August and we are currently in the editing stage. The result will be a nine-minute film showcasing the stories of several young women and will be available to all online.

The film was screened at the London conference in October 2017 where we also filmed all presentations.  We have made the keynote address and edited selected seminars into a Webinar for the University, which will be available internationally and online soon.


11 January 2018

Posted by Tim Fleming

Turning Points

‘Turning Points’, is our film commissioned by Lancaster University in which women share their stories of positive change. The film provides hope for other women in similar difficulties, who have also had children removed from their care. 

"Through the medium of singing, they have found a voice and a shared knowledge that they are not alone in the care system."

Children's Services staff member