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Multiple foster care placements should be considered a mitigating factor in criminal proceedings.
(Ohio Northern University Law Review, 2018)
Multiple foster placements warrant treatment as a mitigating circumstance in criminal proceedings. The case for considering such placements is compelling particularly if the placements took place during a contracted period ...
Emergency Removal of a Foster Child—the Foster parents’ Rights.
(American Public Human Services Association-APHSA, 2013-08)
For Mandated Reporters, Concern Is Not the Same as Suspicion.
(American Public Human Services Association-APHSA, 2017-10)
Financial Eligibility Criteria to be a Foster or Adoptive Parent.
(American Public Human Services Association-APHSA, 2015-04)
Child Elopement From Foster Care and Residential Settings.
(American Public Human Services Association-APHSA, 2010-12)
The article discusses the issue on child or youth elopement from foster homes in the U.S. It reports that between 1.6 million and 2.8 million youth run away from foster homes with abuse and neglect as the primary reasons ...
Foster care as a mitigating circumstance in criminal proceedings.
(Temple University School of Law, 2012)
Transvestism and foster parenting: A child protection concern?
(Florida Coastal Law, 2014)
Children, especially those in foster care, are inherently vulnerable to sexual abuse and exploitation. The particular vulnerability of foster children may stem from a variety of factors, including their dependence on ...
Wrong death of children in foster care.
(University of La Verne, 2009)
This Article surveys wrongful death cases filed in various states involving the death of children in foster care. Part I discusses wrongful death claims in general, and Part II discusses foster care. Part III discusses ...
New Foster Parents Gain Experience with Incremental Challenges.
(American Public Human Services Association-APHSA, 2019-04)
There are no concerns regarding the applicant's health, mental health, character, motivation, financial resources, experience, discipline approach, background, and training- nor are there concerns regarding the home's ...