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Child Welfare : Policies and Best Practices - 2nd edition

Child Welfare : Policies and Best Practices (ISBN10: 0495004847; ISBN13: 9780495004844)
ISBN13: 978-0495004844
ISBN10: 0495004847

Summary: This groundbreaking book discusses both child welfare policy and child welfare practice and provides a fully integrated balance between the two. By using what research has proven to be the best-practice methods, this approach enables readers not only to understand policies and laws, but also learn how to be an effective practitioner and advocate when working in a myriad of situations. As they focus on an approach with a multi-systemic view, readers learn how to prevent
crisis situations such as child abuse and neglect and family separation, rather than simply react to these issues.

Benefits:
  • NEW! New co-author Norma Harris, the primary author of national guidelines in child protective services, brings additional information and insights to the policies that effect child welfare practice.
  • NEW! New Chapter 5 on cultural competence provides students with information on working with diverse groups such as Latinos, Asian, Native-American and Euro American families.
  • NEW! New Chapter 12 focuses on prevention to resolve the issue of child maltreatment.
  • NEW! New Chapter 12 focuses on prevention to resolve the issue of child maltreatment.
  • NEW! Permanency planning and adoption are addressed in a new Chapter 11, providing students with the insight and skills needed in these situations.
  • NEW! Permanency planning and adoption are addressed in a new Chapter 11, providing students with the insight and skills needed in these situations.
  • Practical, hands-on practice interventions equip readers with both knowledge about policies and strategies that they can use to be more effective in the field.
  • Vignettes and case studies illustrate particular techniques and engage students at the beginning of chapters.
  • Chapter-ending summaries and discussion questions reinforce content and engage students' thinking.
  • NEW! New co-author Norma Harris, the primary author of national guidelines in child protective services, brings additional information and insights to the policies that effect child welfare practice.
  • NEW! Chapter 2 is now titled "Child Welfare Services: Formal and Informal" and presents the most recent research findings and innovations such as family support, family preservation, family group conferencing, wrap-around, interagency collaboration, self-help groups, and mentoring programs.
  • NEW! Chapter 2 is now titled "Child Welfare Services: Formal and Informal" and presents the most recent research findings and innovations such as family support, family preservation, family group conferencing, wrap-around, interagency collaboration, self-help groups, and mentoring programs.
  • NEW! New Chapter 4, "Policy and Research in Child Welfare," presents the most current policies and research findings, including the federal policy Child and Family Services Reviews, which was used to evaluate the effectiveness of child welfare services throughout the states.
  • NEW! New Chapter 4, "Policy and Research in Child Welfare," presents the most current policies and research findings, including the federal policy Child and Family Services Reviews, which was used to evaluate the effectiveness of child welfare services throughout the states.
  • NEW! By focusing on the strengths-based perspective throughout, students are taught how to tailor interventions for specific cases using already-existing resources within the family system.
  • NEW! By focusing on the strengths-based perspective throughout, students are taught how to tailor interventions for specific cases using already-existing resources within the family system.
  • NEW! New Chapter 5 on cultural competence provides students with information on working with diverse groups such as Latinos, Asian, Native-American and Euro American families.
...show more
Summary: This groundbreaking book discusses both child welfare policy and child welfare practice and provides a fully integrated balance between the two. By using what research has proven to be the best-practice methods, this approach enables readers not only to understand policies and laws, but also learn how to be an effective practitioner and advocate when working in a myriad of situations. As they focus on an approach with a multi-systemic view, readers learn how to prevent crisis situations such as child abuse and neglect and family separation, rather than simply react to these issues.

Benefits:
  • NEW! New co-author Norma Harris, the primary author of national guidelines in child protective services, brings additional information and insights to the policies that effect child welfare practice.
  • NEW! New Chapter 5 on cultural competence provides students with information on working with diverse groups such as Latinos, Asian, Native-American and Euro American families.
  • NEW! New Chapter 12 focuses on prevention to resolve the issue of child maltreatment.
  • NEW! New Chapter 12 focuses on prevention to resolve the issue of child maltreatment.
  • NEW! Permanency planning and adoption are addressed in a new Chapter 11, providing students with the insight and skills needed in these situations.
  • NEW! Permanency planning and adoption are addressed in a new Chapter 11, providing students with the insight and skills needed in these situations.
  • Practical, hands-on practice interventions equip readers with both knowledge about policies and strategies that they can use to be more effective in the field.
  • Vignettes and case studies illustrate particular techniques and engage students at the beginning of chapters.
  • Chapter-ending summaries and discussion questions reinforce content and engage students' thinking.
  • NEW! New co-author Norma Harris, the primary author of national guidelines in child protective services, brings additional information and insights to the policies that effect child welfare practice.
  • NEW! Chapter 2 is now titled "Child Welfare Services: Formal and Informal" and presents the most recent research findings and innovations such as family support, family preservation, family group conferencing, wrap-around, interagency collaboration, self-help groups, and mentoring programs.
  • NEW! Chapter 2 is now titled "Child Welfare Services: Formal and Informal" and presents the most recent research findings and innovations such as family support, family preservation, family group conferencing, wrap-around, interagency collaboration, self-help groups, and mentoring programs.
  • NEW! New Chapter 4, "Policy and Research in Child Welfare," presents the most current policies and research findings, including the federal policy Child and Family Services Reviews, which was used to evaluate the effectiveness of child welfare services throughout the states.
  • NEW! New Chapter 4, "Policy and Research in Child Welfare," presents the most current policies and research findings, including the federal policy Child and Family Services Reviews, which was used to evaluate the effectiveness of child welfare services throughout the states.
  • NEW! By focusing on the strengths-based perspective throughout, students are taught how to tailor interventions for specific cases using already-existing resources within the family system.
  • NEW! By focusing on the strengths-based perspective throughout, students are taught how to tailor interventions for specific cases using already-existing resources within the family system.
  • NEW! New Chapter 5 on cultural competence provides students with information on working with diverse groups such as Latinos, Asian, Native-American and Euro American families.
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Edition/Copyright: 2ND 07
Cover: Paperback
Publisher: Brooks/Cole Publishing Co.
Published: 08/15/2006
International: No

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