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by Diana McNeish,Tony Newman,Helen Roberts


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oceedings{McNeish2002WhatWF, title {What works for children? : effective services for children and families}, author {Diana McNeish and Tony Newman and Helen Roberts}, year {2002} . List of tables and figures Preface Introduction Part one: Services for adopted and looked after children Family placement services Promoting stability and continuity in care away from home Leaving care Residential care Part two: Preventing the social exclusion of children Community development with children Inclusive education Preventing the social exclusion of disabled children Young offenders in the community Involving children and young people.

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Includes bibliographical references and indexes. Social work with children Great Britain Family social work Child welfare Family services. Personal Name: McNeish, Diana, 1959-. Personal Name: Newman, Tony, 1951-. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.

What works for children? by Tony Newman, Helen Roberts, September 2002, Open . Effective Services for Children and Families.

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With contributions from leading experts in the child welfare field, this book provides an overview of the best current evidence from research on 'what works' in social care services for children and families. The research reviews are helpfully laid out in sections covering services for children who are looked after away from home; interventions aimed at reducing the social exclusion of children and young people; interventions aimed at protecting children or promoting their health. In addition to accessible summaries of the research in these areas, this book discusses the importance of research evidence to policy and practice and includes a commentary from young people themselves.What Works for Children? will be of practical use to those working with vulnerable children, in particular social workers, teachers, youth workers and health care professionals. Its clear style and presentation of key messages will also make it an important text for students as we move to a greater understanding of the way in which intervening in children's lives needs to be based on good evidence.
What Works for Children?: Effective Services for Children and Families ebook
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Diana McNeish,Tony Newman,Helen Roberts
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