Decision making in statutory reviews on children in care

  • 171 Pages
  • 2.75 MB
  • English
Gower Pub. Co. , Brookfield, Vt
Foster children -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- Great Britain., Foster home care -- Law and legislation -- Great Britain., Custody of children -- Great Britain., Child welfare -- Great Britain -- Decision ma


Great Britain., Great Br

StatementRuth Sinclair.
LC ClassificationsKD3305 .S53 1984
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 171 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2848123M
ISBN 100566007576
LC Control Number84010298

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The development of child care policy. 1: Statutory reviews on children in care. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sinclair, Ruth. Decision making in statutory reviews on children in care.

Brookfield, Vt.: Gower Pub. Co., © As an SLT promoting joint decision making with parents and children and young people through a health coaching approach, this book will be invaluable in complimenting your rationale, planning and execution of child centred intervention and get you thinking about the ways you can support the children and families you work with in a more holistic.

Taking a practical approach, the book aims to define and describe what constitutes good social work and of course, good decision making. As assessment is the social worker's crucial and pivotal role, the focus of the book is on the decision making process, including how the lawyer may assess whether or not the social worker in question has come 5/5.

Book Summary: The title of this book is Social Work Decision-Making and it was written by Elizabeth Isaacs, Carmel Shepherd. This particular edition is in a Paperback format. This books publish date is and it has a suggested retail price of $ It was published by Family Law and has a total of pages in the Edition: 2nd.

Improving Permanence for Looked After Children This document consults on a range of proposals to strengthen the team around the looked after child, improve the status, security and stability of long term foster care and to strengthen the requirements for returning children home from Size: KB.

In addition, the chapter will look at decision making in relation to risk. The purpose of this chapter is to achieve a common or shared understanding of the nature of risk, to establish objective measures for assessing risk exposure and to explore the rationale employed in determining whether such exposure warrants specific reaction, which may Author: Steve Pugh.

Shared decision making will be systematically employed by DCFS for key decisions. Shared decision making takes different forms as it is implemented throughout the Division. Shared decision making means identifying those decisions that need to be shared with supervisors, area managers, regional administrators, and headquarters.

A narrative synthesis approach is used to describe and compare the findings of the quantitative and qualitative studies included, using both text and Table following data were extracted and are detailed in Table 1: author(s), date, country where the study was conducted, study context (classified as a child-welfare, child-protection or alternative-care process), relevant process Cited by: Description of the intervention.

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Family Group Decision Making is an umbrella term [1] for practice models that shift planning for children away from “professionally driven” towards a more “family‐centered” approach, with the premise that families are experts on their own situations, and as such, should be considered well qualified to contribute to plans designed to promote the safety Cited by: 5.

Traditionally, less restrictive alternatives take the form of surrogate decision-making, with a designated decision-maker making the final decision.

Recently, supported decision-making (SDM) has emerged as a cutting edge alternative to guardianship, placing the individual with a disability at the center of the decision-making process.

Recent discussion has suggested that clinicians who care for children may legitimately consider family interests in decision-making about incompetent patients. 23 Although, one can imagine a range of roles for the family interests, family interests are likely to have more weight in decision-making when they are identified as likely important to.

Identification and Decision 1. The reunification framework can be used with all Children Looked After up to the age of 18 for whom return home is an option. The framework can apply to: Children on the edge of care; Children who are accommodated by the local authority under Section 20 Children Act.

This practical book looks at the experiences of children in need who live in state care and the social worker's role in working with them. This is a popular guide to this complex and demanding area of practice. There are chapters on communication and children's rights, life story work, attachment and culture, ethnicity and faith.

According to the Arizona Department of Economic Security, legal decision making is defined as the court granting authority to a person or persons to care for a minor child. It is giving that person the right to care for the child on whatever term is set, whether that is for a day, a weekend, during the summer, or even permanent; and gives that.

Local leaders, statutory safeguarding partners, the social care workforce, and the wider children’s workforce understand the needs of the children in their area and have the skills and knowledge.

Number 64 of #N#ASSISTED DECISION-MAKING (CAPACITY) ACT Preliminary and General. Short title and commencement.

Interpretation — general. Person’s capacity to be construed functionally. Circuit Court to have exclusive jurisdiction under this Act except for certain matters reserved for High Court, etc.

Many social workers face daily pressure to make sound decisions in very difficult circumstances, occasionally having to manage impossible expectations. Politicians and the media may spotlight care decisions where a tragedy or complaint occurs.

In this complex arena of conflicting demands and considerations – from the public, the client, the family, the organisation – the. Family Group Decision Making is not a conflict-resolution approach, therapeutic intervention or forum for ratifying professionally crafted decisions.

Rather, FGDM actively seeks the collaboration and leadership of family groups in crafting and implementing plans that support the safety, permanency and well-being of. Care and Support Statutory Guidance Issued under the Care Act Department of Health October or making a decision, in relation to a person.

For this reason it is it also applies to children, their carers and to young carers when they are subject to transition assessments (see chapter 16 on transition to adult care and support). The Right to Die, Third Edition analyzes the statutory and case law surrounding the profound issues of end-of-life decisionmaking.

Whether the situation calls for long-term planning or quick, unexpected decisionmaking, this cogent, one source treatise guides you through all the available channels for helping your clients reach the ultimate s: 2. This book provides a synthesis of human rights theory and human services practice and offers a rights-based model to aid professional decision-making and practice This important interdisciplinary resource is an essential tool for professionals working across the human services, including those in social care, health and justice : Kingsley, Jessica Publishers.

Early Start Family Contact Centre provides a seven day service for children and families to meet in a safe and comfortable space in Newham.

Children's Health Service. Health visiting, School Nursing and Family Nurse Partnership. She also represents health care providers before the Consent and Capacity Board in matters dealing with consent to treatment, substitute decision making, involuntary admissions, community treatment orders and admission to Long Term Care.

Barbara advises psychiatric facilities on privacy and policy matters related to mental health Size: 1MB. Supporting decision-making 'A person is not to be treated as unable to make a decision unless all practicable steps to help him do so have been taken without success.' (Principle 2, section 1(3), Mental Capacity Act ) Principle 2 of the Mental Capacity Act requires practitioners to help a person make their own decision, before deciding that they are unable to make a decision.

This book is written to help social work practitioners and students on CPD courses make professional decisions with clients; from exercising statutory powers and duties to protect children from abuse, to making decisions about risk.

secondly, participation during the decision making process creates a platform for the choice of policy and thus for the implementation of the policy.

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This article draws on the findings of a two-and-a-half-year study that examined the process of referral of young people to Children's Social Care Services in England and initial responses once. Risk, Instrumentalism and the Humane Project in Social Work: Identifying the Informal Logics of Risk Management in Children's Statutory Services Karen Broadhurst Dr Karen Broadhurst is a Lecturer in Applied Social Science in the Department of Applied Social Science, Lancaster by:.

Get this from a library! Understanding child and family welfare: statutory responses to children at risk. [Marie Connolly; Kate Morris] -- This volume investigates statutory child welfare practices from both international and New Zealand perspectives.

The book explores the ways in which services respond to children at risk, how families.Less restrictive means of decision-making supports (e.g., health-care proxies, advance directives, supported decision-making, powers of attorney, notarized statements, representation agreements, etc.) should be tried and found to be ineffective in ensuring the individual’s decision-making capacity before use of guardianship as an option is."This book crosses international boundaries to explore contemporary child and family welfare practices.

It traces the major changes and challenges in Western practice over the past decade, looks at evidence-informed practice, and focuses on the generic phases of the statutory process, including assessing risk and finding safe solutions"-- Provided by publisher.