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Where are the records? Handling lost/destroyed records in child welfare tort litigation.
(American Bar Association (ABA), 2011-08)
As child welfare professionals, we have all encountered the “missing” record, most often during day-to-day advocacy. For those who practice child welfare tort litigation, incomplete discovery is also common, even ...
Red Flag the Red-flag Case Notes or Face Disaster.
(American Youth Work Center, 2015-08-27)
Child welfare systems — federal, state, county or city — contain vast repositories of information. Each time a case is opened, worked on or closed, valuable information about children’s needs is recorded — much of it in ...
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, ...
Rethink the Label Insular Communities When Referring to Child Abuse.
(The American Professional Society on the Abuse of Children (APSAC), 2017-07-24)
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 ...
Print Media Coverage of Child Fatalities When a Human Service Agency is Involved.
(American Public Human Services Association-APHSA, 2015-12)
[...]is it fair? [...]we don't want to see child care workers spend time away from protecting children because they are involved in a "media circus" but it seems to me that child welfare agencies have legal counsel and ...
Reporting Child Maltreatment by Nonprofessionals: Obligatory or Discretionary?
(American Public Human Services Association-APHSA, 2017-12)
A newer program, founded in 2009, Strategies for Youth (SFY) is a national organization that "exists solely for the purpose of improving police-youth interactions, advancing the cause of training public safety officers in ...