Neglect is the most common form of child maltreatment in developed countries and it comes in many forms. From evaluating the effects of neglect on the child to looking at root causes, this wide-ranging book offers...Show More
Neglect is the most common form of child maltreatment in developed countries and it comes in many forms. From evaluating the effects of neglect on the child to looking at root causes, this wide-ranging book offers evidence-based, practical guidance to support all practitioners in their work with neglected children. In particular:
• It assesses a range of methods of intervention and how these best apply to the various needs of different families.
• It explores the tensions and dilemmas that practitioners can face when working with neglected children.
• It demonstrates ways that practitioners can work together to promote better outcomes for the child.
• It provides frameworks and prompts, such as engaging case studies and reflective questions that can assist practitioners in their work.
Written by a leading authority on child neglect, this book is essential for all students taking courses in child welfare and will also prove an invaluable handbook for practitioners working with families where there are signs of child neglect.
Well respected author with international reputation
Practical approach with detailed analysis of planning and intervention
Up-to-date research findings and contemporary example material
2. The Neglected Child: Are we on the Same Wavelength?
3. Neglectful Parenting and the Impact on the Health and Wellbeing of Children and Young People
4. An Assessment or an Intervention?: Planning, Intervention and the Assessment Process
5. Planning: Engaging with Families and Other Professionals to Bring About Change
6. Interventions: When and How?
7. Promoting Good Enough Parenting: Establishing Firm Foundations through the Provision of Universal Services
8. Addressing Emerging Concerns Through Early Help
9. Chronic Neglect: Working with Complexity
10. Interventions for Children and Parents to Address Specific Parenting Issues
11. Meeting the Needs of Neglected Children and Young People
12. Interventions to Address Specific Issues Encountered by Neglected Children and Young People, Including Out-of-Home Care
13. And Were We Successful?: Evaluating Plans and Interventions
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
- Peer Support in Mental Health Emma Watson, Sara Meddings
- An Introduction to Social Anthropology Joy Hendry
- The Critically Reflective Practitioner Sue Thompson, Neil Thompson
- Doing a Successful Research Project Martin Davies, Nathan Hughes
- Social Work Theories in Context Karen Healy
- Philosophy of Social Science Ted Benton, Ian Craib
- Working with Substance Users George Allan
- Practising Social Work Sociologically Priscilla Dunk-West, Fiona Verity
- Sociology as Applied to Health and Medicine Graham Scambler
- Promoting Equality Neil Thompson
- Sociologies of Disability and Illness C. Thomas
- Youth Work Practice Tony Jeffs, Mark K. Smith