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Reuniting Looked After Children With Their Families: A review of the research epub ebook

by Nina Biehal

Reuniting Looked After Children With Their Families: A review of the research epub ebook

Author: Nina Biehal
Category: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: National Children's Bureau; UK ed. edition (January 9, 2006)
Pages: 119 pages
ISBN: 1904787649
ISBN13: 978-1904787648
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It assesses the key facto Family reunification offers a potential route to permanency for looked after children, which is a key issue in contemporary social care.

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Returning children to their biological families after placement in foster care (ie, reunification) has been prioritized with legislation.

Catch up growth following abuse. Returning children to their biological families after placement in foster care (ie, reunification) has been prioritized with legislation. Comprehensive studies of child behavioral health functioning after reunification, however, have not been conducted. This study examined outcomes for youth who were reunified after placement in foster care as compared with youth who did not reunify.

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English studies have consistently found that the composition of the families of looked after children often changes significantly while they are being looked after.

Many children return home quite quickly after entering care placements, but the probability of return declines sharply once six months have elapsed. English studies have consistently found that the composition of the families of looked after children often changes significantly while they are being looked after. The particular ways in which families have been reconstituted during a child's absence may affect the likelihood of a harmonious return. Reasons for placement.

London: National Children’s Bureau. Fernandez E. (2013) Family Characteristics and Histories. In: Accomplishing Permanency: Reunification Pathways and Outcomes for Foster Children.

Family reunification offers a potential route to permanency for looked after children, which is a key .

Family reunification offers a potential route to permanency for looked after children, which is a key issue in contemporary social care.

Reuniting Looked After Children with their Families. Selected articles and chapters in books

Reuniting Looked After Children with their Families. Working with Adolescents. Selected articles and chapters in books. Baldwin, . Biehal, . Cusworth, . Wade, . Allgar, V. & Vostanis, P. (in press) 'Disentangling the effect of out-of-home care on child mental health', Child Abuse and Neglect. Reuniting Looked After Children with their Families: Reconsidering the evidence on timing, contact and outcomes,' British Journal of Social Work, 37, p. 07-823.

The report Reuniting looked-after children with their families, from the .

The report Reuniting looked-after children with their families, from the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, found children who suffered neglect were among those least likely to return home. Those with behaviour problems had the best success rate when being reunited.

Family reunification offers a potential route to permanency for looked after children, which is a key issue in contemporary social care.

This book provides an authoritative, concise critical review of the research findings available in the UK and the USA, as well as a helpful guide to the problems and pitfalls in interpreting the research evidence. It assesses the key factors associated with the probability of reunification, the impact of child and parent characteristics, placement reasons, contact, motivation and the nature of social work services, the effectiveness of specialist reunification services in the USA and the outcomes of reunion, including studies which have reported on re-abuse, re-entry to care and psychosocial outcomes.

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