2 edition of Social work and children in residential care found in the catalog.
Social work and children in residential care
by Scottish Association of Voluntary Child Care Organisations. in Edinburgh
Written in English
|Statement||[by] Shelagh McGuire and Carol Horn.|
|Contributions||Horn, Carol., Scottish Association of Voluntary Child Care Organisations.|
Introduction. The profession of social work has played an oppressive role in its involvement with the Indigenous Peoples in Canada. This began in the 19th century, through the residential school system, and continued, in the 20th century, with the child welfare by: 1. Keeping children safe in residential care At the end of March there were around 1, disabled children in residential care. Around 2, additional children .
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Attachment theory and social work with ‘looked after’ children and their families This can be used to teach parents or carers to care for children in a way that promotes a secure base and which will in turn assist children to develop healthy internal working models and compensate for previous negative experiences. residential. With services like our Intensive Supervised Structured Care (ISSC) Project in Ayrshire, we support young people at risk of going into secure or long-term residential care. ISSC offers offence-focused intervention, individual and group work programmes of social care, life skills and education/training through intensive staff support.
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Written by experienced practitioners and academics, this book surveys the practice of residential child care. It takes as its starting point the fact residential child care requires workers and children to share a common life-space in which the quality of interpersonal relationships is crucial/5(9).
The book successfully balances its theoretical context with a focus on practice, making it an invaluable resource for students and practitioners.
It will be useful for social work and social care students, trainee residential workers, and professionals who have an interest in working with looked after children. This important book provides the answers with a crystal-clear map of the field of social work with children and families.
Focused on four major themes - family support work, child protection. Written for social work degree students, this practical book looks at the experience of children in need who live in state care and the social worker’s role in working with these children.
Social work with children, young people and their families is a very challenging area of social work practice. In my view, it is also one of the most rewarding, although its demands can make those rewards at times seem very distant indeed. resource for foster carers, residential social workers, adoptive parents and kinship carers.
It is a guide to helping them to help the children in our care to record their lives. The work could be a chapter of their life now or the whole story, as it is known at the time of writing.
The central point is that the process. Mark Smith worked in residential schools and homes for 20 years before moving to university teaching. He is currently Senior Lecturer in Social Work at the University of Edinburgh;Dr Leon Fulcher has practiced in and taught residential child care across different continents for over 40 years/5(9).
Residential care can be defined as ‘a group living arrangement for children in which care is remunerated by adults who would not be regarded as traditional carers within the wider society’.
3 However, this definition has been criticised because some institutionsFile Size: KB. Child & Family Social Work provides a forum where researchers, practitioners, policy-makers and managers in the field exchange knowledge, increase understanding and develop notions of good practice.
In its promotion of research and practice, which is both disciplined and articulate, the Journal is dedicated to advancing the wellbeing and welfare of children and their families throughout the world.
Therapeutic Residential Care for Children and Youth: Developing Evidence-Based International Practice Therapeutic Residential Care for Children and Youth: Developing Evidence-Based International Practice, James K.
Whittaker, Jorge F. del Valle and Lisa Holmes (eds), London, Jessica Kingsley,pp.ISBN£ (pb)Cited by: 'A long overdue text book for those involved in working with children and young people in residential care in the UK, bringing together psychology and social care into an early pedagogic child care model in.
Residential Child Care: Collaborative Practice is an innovative book which addresses the specific context of modern residential child care while promoting collaborative practice within a wider social work setting.
The book analyzes the collaborative role of organizations, field workers, parents, teachers, and children, and stresses how these interprofessional relationships are crucial to ensuring children's. work. Under the Care Standards Actwe regulate adoption support agencies, children’s homes, residential holiday schemes for disabled children, independent fostering agencies, residential family centres and voluntary adoption agencies.
The ‘Social care compliance handbook’ is File Size: KB. Buy Residential Child Care: Collaborative Practice 1 by Ian Milligan, Irene Stevens (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. In general, children’s social care is delivered through demand-led services that local authorities have a legal duty to provide, such as support for disabled children, protecting children from harm and taking responsibility for ‘looked-after children’,* including through foster and residential care placements.
[ 1 ]. Service Description Residential child care services are provided for children and young persons under the age of 21 who cannot be adequately cared for by their families because of various reasons such as behavioural, emotional or relationship problems, or family crises arising from illness, death and desertion.
Social Work Handbook: Life story for work children and young people in care; Guidance on life story work for social workers by Kent County Council (includes an example of a completed life story book) Click here to view/download. Life Story Work: A resource for foster carers, residential social workers, adoptive parents, and kinship carers, to.
Children’s views about social work tasks Support for children living with their families The review examines social work tasks from the perspectives of children living with their families, as well as children in foster and residential care, and care leavers.
However, andFile Size: 1MB. Books Music Art & design of social pedagogues trained to nurture every aspect of children's social and emotional development. which brought pedagogues to the UK to work in residential care. Children's Social Work Statistics. Source: The Scottish Government Description: Local authorities have a responsibility to provide support, security and accommodation to certain children and young people.
This publication gives the characteristics of these children in Scotland and combines information which prior to /03 and between /06 and /09 was previously published. Social Work ASWB Clinical Exam Guide and Practice Test, Second Edition Set - Includes a Comprehensive Study Guide and LCSW Practice Test Book with Questions, Free Mobile and Web Access Included Dawn Apgar PhD LSW ACSW.The NASW Standards for Social Work Practice in Child Protection() served as an initial effort care, and group residential care—for children or youths who have been placed in the custody of the state and who require living arrangements away from their birth or adoptive parents.launching a social care worker recruitment campaign in Marchincluding people who support children living in residential child care and in foster care mapping research about work what people are already doing to support care experienced children, to study good practice in child care across Wales and to look at how we can share that.