By Jeff Fowler
A useful software for the evaluate of youngsters and their households, this consultant permits execs to make expert judgements approximately baby defense matters. Firmly rooted in present perform, it attracts at the services of a working towards advisor and skilled certified social employee Jeff Fowler, whose paintings has already shaped the root of steering experiences for baby security organizations and courtroom proceedings.
offering targeted checklists for accumulating and reading details very important to a most sensible perform review, it is also functional sections that target assessing attachment matters, youth reports, alcohol and drug abuse, and parenting abilities and skills. It offers a important case examine resulting in an evaluate record which are used for case meetings, as a middle review in care lawsuits, or for statements in private and non-private legislation matters.
it is a necessary software for someone project exams but in addition for others who will be fascinated with features of kid safeguard paintings similar to social staff, wellbeing and fitness execs, lecturers, and criminal and felony justice professionals.
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Dianne had two children, Claire, aged four, and Darren, aged two, and they were living in privately rented accommodation in Fartown. Dianne was using heroin. John and Dianne remained together for about five years, although during that period they both served prison sentences. When Dianne was first imprisoned, Claire and Darren went to live with Dianne’s parents and remained there after she was released. Dianne and John had a girl, Aimee, who was born 12 September 1994. According to John, they looked after Aimee for a few weeks and then she also went to live with Dianne’s parents.
I r Number of significant risk indicators I __ Number of risk indicators £ __ Number of areas of non indicated risk __ Number of areas where insufficient information exists r __ STARTING ASSESSMENT 29 Information about Each Child Name Relationship Ye s N o Don’t know Was the child planned? £ r Was the child premature? £ r Were there any particular problems with the birth? £ r Was the child’s birth weight low? £ r Is there any evidence of failure to thrive? £ r Does the child suffer from physical, sensory or learning disability?
The conference was told that Michelle was alienated from her family and there were concerns about the physical conditions in which David was living. However, it was agreed that David should be allowed to remain in the care of his mother and her partner John, and that support should be offered to the family while a core assessment was completed. From the outset, John B refused social workers admission to the house, alleging that they were interfering in his life. This prevented the assessment being completed.
A Practitioner's Tool for Child Protection and the Assessment of Parents by Jeff Fowler