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by Judith A. Martin

Download Foster Family Care: Theory and Practice eBook
ISBN:
0205304915
Author:
Judith A. Martin
Category:
Social Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
Pearson; 1 edition (February 18, 2000)
Pages:
262 pages
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Service plans in foster care specify tasks and milestones that foster children, or more typically their birth parents, must demonstrate to be reunified as a family. Patterns of foster care service delivery.

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This book is authored by Judith Martin, co-author of the classic child welfare text with Dr. Alfred Kadushin. The book describes the process of carrying out one of the core child welfare services for families: foster family care. Taking an in-depth look at this service, Foster Family Care moves the reader from the experiences of children and their parents as they first enter care, through the process of settling in and confronting the problems that led to the need for placement, to an assessment of the outcomes of care and its consequences for the growing child.

This text is authored by Judith Martin, co-author of the classic child welfare text with Dr. The book describes the process of carrying out one of the core child welfare services for families: foster family care

This text is authored by Judith Martin, co-author of the classic child welfare text with Dr. Taking an in-depth look at this service, Foster Family Care moves the reader from the experiences of children and their parents as they first enter care, through the process of "settling in" and confronting the problems that led to the need for placement, to an assessment of the outcomes of care and its consequences for the growing child.

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CB-74-296 Excerpted from Understanding and measuring the cost of foster family care, 1976, by James D. Culley, Barbara H. Settles, and Judith B. Van Name Bibliography: p. 52. Download.

Martin, Judith A. 2000. Foster family care: Theory and practice. A comprehensive look at foster care. The book is practice oriented, with emphasis on the activities of the social worker with foster parents and children. Boston: Allyn and Bacon. Many practice techniques, particularly those on working with children, are illustrated.

This book is authored by Judith Martin, co-author of the classic child welfare text with Dr. Alfred Kadushin. The book describes the process of carrying out one of the core child welfare services for families: foster family care. Taking an in-depth look at this service, Foster Family Care moves the reader from the experiences of children and their parents as they first enter care, through the process of settling in and confronting the problems that led to the need for placement, to an assessment of the outcomes of care and its consequences for the growing child. The book offers a thorough review of current literature on foster family care and a critical perspective on this service. A central theme is the concept of quality service delivery; the perspective draws heavily on attachment theory and on practice principles embedded in the concept of permanency planning. For social workers, psychologists, or practitioners in related fields.