Catalogue by countries / Concurrent planning, Achieving early permanence for babies and young children

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ISS/IRC Code TOOL-PRACTICE-ENG- 190
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Title Concurrent planning, Achieving early permanence for babies and young children
Author BORTHWICK Sarah, DONNELLY Sharon
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General information
Date published/issue 00-00-2013
Date received 00-00-2013
Place published UNITED KINGDOM
Editor
Publisher BAAF, Saffron House, 3rd Floor, 6-10 Kirby Street, London EC1N 8TS
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Page 176
Price
ISBN 978 1 907585 80 7
Type of material Book
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Document description Guide
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Country concerned UNITED KINGDOM
WORLD
Index Child-care
Free text Concurrent planning: placing a child with careres who will foster the child while rehabilitation is pursued with birth parents, and who are prepared to adopt the child should rehabilitation prove unsuccessful. This practice has been explored and used in the UK for some years, but mostly in a limited form. This unique and timely practice guide explores aspects of concurrent planning which will be knowledge for practitioners and managers considering adding it to their placement options for children in care.

Document qualification
Degree of interest Of interest
Work area Legal
Miscellaneous
Psychology
Potential users All
Other potential users Academic
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Adopt-Parents