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follow-up study of 25 children on the Lewisham child abuse register. by Nancy Gumprecht

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Published by Lewisham Social Services Department in Lewisham .
Written in English


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ContributionsLewisham (England). Social Services Department.
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Open LibraryOL13943514M

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Given the 2-year duration of follow-up, there was a substantial amount of missing outcome data. For example, out of the 25 community children for whom complete CBCL data were available at pretest, only 12 (48%) had been rated by their mothers at posttest and at all four of the follow-up by: Smith, S L & Howard, J A , Promoting successful adoptions: practice with troubled families, Sage sourcebooks for sshs the human services, SAGE Publications, Inc., Thousand Oaks, CA, viewed 5 May , doi: / Smith, Susan L and Jeanne A Howard. Promoting Successful Adoptions: Practice with Troubled Families. In the largest study on the treatment of nightmares in children and adolescents, Wile describes the “auto-suggested dreams” approach that he used on 25 children and adolescents who had suffered from nightmares for various periods of time, ranging from a few days to a few months. The technique centered on the simple instruction: “Think about what you would like to Cited by: 1.   Cronbach’s α was calculated for the scale at ages 13 with α of and , respectively, indicating the scale was reliable. Adolescents were grouped into three categories according to this scale: those who scored below the 75th centile at 13 and 15 were considered to have no externalising behaviour, Cited by:

Forrester, D. () Parental substance misuse and child protection in a British sample: a survey of children on the child protection register in an inner London district office, Child Abuse Review, 9(4) Forrester, D and Harwin, J Outcomes for children whose parents misuse drugs or alcohol: A two year follow up study. Child Neglect – the most common type of abuse 14 2 Allied professionals and all others who work with children and their families 23 Roles and Responsibilities in identifying and responding to child protection and welfare concerns 25 HSE staff 25 Designated Liaison Persons – Agencies and.   In , a Vahey walked free from a California jail after serving a day sentence for child molestation. He was placed on the sex offenders register. As recently as , Allan F. Mirsky, one of the 25 authors of the original volume as well as the principal investigator in the follow-up studies, wrote: “This phenomenon added to the accumulating database on the genetic basis of the disorder.” 10 But exactly what it .

  —Of consecutive pregnant women with no previous live births enrolled, participated in a follow-up study when their children were 15 years old. Intervention. —Families received a mean of 9 home visits during pregnancy and 23 home visits from the child's birth through the second birthday. Data Sources and by: Subjects. Subjects were consecutively referred children ages 8–14 years, who had experienced contact sexual abuse which was confirmed by Child Protective Services (CPS), law enforcement or professional independent forensic evaluator, who met all study criteria and agreed (along with a custodial adult) to participate in the by:   The MPOS was originally developed for families where there were severe relationship problems and around 25% of participating families had a child on the Child Protection Register [41, 42]. Another study also investigated the impact of the mellow parenting programme on later measures of childhood verbal IQ. In the present study, the video quality was relatively poor due to the age of the tapes and the Cited by:   The current study explores the psychological processes that underpin how child-protection practitioners form judgements and make decisions in real-life situations. The study had an ethnographic design with two sites: a local authority children’s intake service and a specialist multidisciplinary court assessment by: 9.