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Homeschooling and Child Protection.
(American Public Human Services Association [APHSA], 2012-02)
Child Abuse Investigations: Have a healthy suspicion of multiple “unsubstantiated” findings.
(American Public Human Services Association [APHSA], 2012-08)
An introduction to treaties for international social workers.
International disputes may emanate from any number of issues, including concerns involving territory, finance, trade, ethnicity, natural resources, or religion. International treaties serve as a mechanism to address these ...
The Need for a Consensus Standard of Care in Screening Prospective Adoptive, Foster, and Kinship Placements.
(Capital University Law School, 2012)
The lack of a clear legal “standard of care” for the evaluation and screening of prospective adoptive, foster, and kinship applicants directly undermines the child placement process, the physical and emotional development ...
Undocumented Immigrants as Foster Parents.
(American Public Human Services Association-APHSA, 2012-10)
According to federal data released to ARC ... a growing number and proportion of deportees are parents. Another report jointly issued by the Florence Immigrant and Refugee Rights Project, the Women's Refugee Commission, ...
Respite Care for Foster Parents Should Not Mean Inferior Care for Foster Children.
(American Public Human Services Association-APHSA, 2012-12)
Caring for a foster child, especially in a therapeutic setting, is a fulltime undertaking. Because it can have severe emotional repercussions on the family, respite care by another trained foster parent or other professional ...
Advantages of Proactively Sharing Information with Foster Parents.
(American Public Human Services Association-APHSA, 2012-04)
The article focuses on the aspects of the proactive information sharing with foster parents on foster children. It states that information sharing will remove potential legal claims and limit considerable monetary damages. ...
Foster care as a mitigating circumstance in criminal proceedings.
(Temple University School of Law, 2012)
Non-Abused Siblings Who Remain at Home: A Dangerous Child Protective Services Intersection.
(American Public Human Services Association-APHSA, 2012-06)
...]even if CPS finds safety concerns it may still determine that it is safe to leave an at-risk child or his or her siblings in the home.