1 edition of Child welfare law and practice found in the catalog.
Child welfare law and practice
Donald N. Duquette
Includes bibliographical references (p. 753-761) and index.
|Statement||Donald N. Duquette and Ann M. Haralambie, general editors|
|LC Classifications||KF3735.Z9 C47 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxvi, 788 p. :|
|Number of Pages||788|
|LC Control Number||2010036887|
Lawyers for children and parents in child welfare cases face different ethical issues than most other attorneys. This reference describes how to apply the spirit of the American Bar Association Model Rules of Professional Conduct to provide quality representation for parents, children, and families. The child welfare system works toward the national goals of providing safety, permanency, and well-being for children. These goals are a shared responsibility; child welfare agencies do not serve children and families in isolation, but rather work in partnership with the courts, policymakers, community leaders, Tribes, and other public and private agencies to improve outcomes for children and.
Child Welfare. Child welfare is a term most often used in a general sense to encompass the broad scope of involvement by the state and its authorized professionals in assisting children and their families – both in cases of abuse and neglect and when families and children are found to be in need. This ground-breaking and controversial book is the first to provide a child-centered perspective on the subject by combining a wealth of social science information with sophisticated normative analysis to support novel reforms—to child protection law and practice, family law, .
Congress passed the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA) in to address the widespread practice of state entities removing American Indian and Alaskan Native children from their homes and families. Congressional findings memorialized in ICWA included “an alarmingly high percentage of Indian families are broken up by the removal, often unwarranted, of their children from [ ]. the “The Red Book”) and prepares attendees for the NACC Child Welfare Law Specialist certification exam. SEPARATE REGISTRATION AND FEE REQUIRED. pm – pm Child Welfare Law Specialist Reception Child Welfare Law Specialists and applicants are invited to join us for an evening reception. Come get to know one.
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Child Welfare Law And Practice: Representing Children, Parents, And State Agencies in Abuse, Neglect5/5(2). A practice-based resource for lawyers representing children, parents, and government agencies in child law proceedings.
Practical articles and timely state and national court decisions on child and family law-related issues are featured. Publications and resources related to State and Federal civil laws on child abuse and neglect, child welfare, and adoption. Federal laws provide standards and guidelines; however, these issues are primarily governed by State laws and regulations in the United States.
Contents: 1. America's children Physical, sexual, and emotional child abuse and neglect Mental health and related professional evaluations in child welfare proceedings The impact of maltreatment on child development Family dynamics in child maltreatment Cultural context in abuse and negliect practice: tips for attorneys The history of child wel4/5.
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Research has already been a significant factor in child welfare policy in recent years, but this book demonstrates that it has taken a leading role in the field to spur and guide change. The chapters in this book assess the effect of research on the full spectrum of child welfare services.
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This 3rd edition of Child Welfare Law and Practice (“The Red Book”) captures the wide body of information and expertise that deﬁne child welfare law as a specialized ﬁeld, from legal standards in federal law to techniques for interviewing children to innovations in serving older youth.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxxvi, pages: illustrations ; 26 cm: Contents: America's children --Physical, sexual, and emotional child abuse and neglect --Mental health and related professional evaluations in child welfare proceedings --Child development and the impact of maltreatment --Investigative interviewing of the child --Interviewing and.
Chapter Federal Child Welfare Legislation* by. Frank. Vandervort. 1 § Introduction. This chapter provides a brief overview of federal statutes that impact the practice of child welfare law. Since the enactment of the Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Act in (CAPTA), the federal government has played an everCited by: 1.
Ann M. Haralambie, J.D., CWLS, is a Certified Family Law Specialist, Arizona Board of Legal Specialization, Certified Child Welfare Law Specialist, NACC, and a. “The Enhanced Resource Guidelines is a valuable teaching tool and a practical everyday guide to assist judges, attorneys, child welfare workers, court appointed special advocates (CASAs) and others in achieving timely safety, permanency and well-being for the children who, through no fault of their own, find themselves in court,” said Judge.
certify attorneys in this practice area. Over CWLS have been certified since the program began incollectively helping to raise the standards of practice for all those working in the field of child abuse and neglect law and all those affected by it.
The Benefits of CWLS Certification Child welfare law is an increasingly complex. Family Law / Child Welfare. Resource Library In an effort to provide judges, attorneys, caseworkers, and other community partners with a centralized source for information on a wide variety of issues affecting children and families, the Judicial Policies, Programs and Practices Team (“JP3”)of the Colorado State CourtFile Size: KB.
This book offers analysis of both the use and limitations of attachment theory as a basis for decision-making and planning in child welfare practice. It explores controversies relating to the increasing presence of ‘attachment disorder’ diagnoses as part of child welfare assessments and the arguments for and against the use of attachment specific therapies for children in care.
It poses. The Child Welfare and the Travel Industry: Global Good Practice Guidelineshave been de- veloped to provide a common understanding of child welfare issues throughout the travel industry and to provide all travel businesses with guidance to prevent all forms of exploitation.In Child Welfare Law and Practice: Representing Children, Parents, and State Agencies in Abuse, Neglect, and Dependency Cases.
2nd ed., edited by D. Duquette and A. Haralambie,Denver, Colo.: Bradford Pub. Co., This Book Chapter is brought to you for free and open access by the Faculty Scholarship at University of Cited by: 2.Child Protective Services Manual. The purpose of the New York State Child Protective Services Manual is to provide a comprehensive resource that incorporates current law, regulation, relevant guidelines, and procedures in the area of child protective services.
This online manual is available as a PDF.