Catalogue by countries / Adoption and Fostering: New developments in childcare practice and research
|ISS/IRC Code||PER-ADOPT UK-01-029|
|Title||Adoption and Fostering: New developments in childcare practice and research|
|Author||BAAF (British association for adoption and fostering)|
|Place published||UNITED KINGDOM|
|Publisher||BAAF (British association for adoption and fostering), 200 Union Street, London SE1 0LX, UK; www.baaf.org.uk|
|Type of material||Periodical|
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|Free text||The different chapters of this summer 2004 issue are:
- Provinding a secure base: tuning in to children with severe learning difficulties in long term foster care
- Removing barriers to service delivery: an outcome evaluation of a "remodelled" foster care programme
- The emotional and behavioural difficulties of looked after children: foster carers' perspectives and an indirect model of placement support
- Attachment and behavioural difficulties in internationally adopted Russian children
- User views and experiences of post-adoption services: a study of a regional post-adoption agency
- Report on a longitudinal research project, exploring the developpment of attachments betweens older, hard-to-place children and their adopters over the first two years of placement.
- Lecture: Primitive forces in society: holding the asylum-seeking child in mind.
- Legal Notes: England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland
- Health Notes: Looked after health assessment: statutory responsibility or opportunity? A personal view.
|Degree of interest||Of interest|
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