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    one day be compelled into the hands of todays children. They will be faced with the challenges and impossible decisions of this world. It is of interest then to ensure child well-being as an aid in preparation for these tasks. Children need a stable lifestyle to assist them in reaching their full capacity of learning and growth. This however, tends to be difficult when it comes to stabilizing a child’s environment, and defining what child well-being is. Child well-being has almost always been a concern. The first recorded time of child protection in America can be dated clear back to the colonial times. Though it was unorganized and didn’t have much power there were several prosecutions held for those who had violated a child. Organizational child protection started in 1875 though due to lack of government involvement these organizations had little power. “For much of the twentieth century, many cities and nearly all rural areas had little or no access to formal child-protective services. For most abused and neglected children help came-if it came-from family and neighbors willing to get involved, from police, and from courts.” (myers). After some key events such as the Great Depression and FDR’s contribution to social welfare programs the government became more involved in child protection. “The child protection…

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    including information about safeguarding and child protection policy in the UK, and how these books will help the undergraduate students with the study of Early childhood studies, ED5016, to meet there learning outcomes, I would be starting off with the literature that’s called ‘Challenging Child Protection ‘and it’s published by McDougall, Stewart McGhee, Janice Waterhouse etc. , The reason why I have preferred this book for my chosen literature because, the book is including information…

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    Contents 1. Page 2 Task 2, 2.1 analysing a child protection referral • Introduction • What is a child referral? • Analysing a referral 2. Page 3 Task 2, 2.2 • Explaining working together • Good practice 3. Page 4 /Task 3 • Justifying social work intervention in a given situation in relation to the legal framework protecting children 4. Page 5 • Bibliography Task 2 Introduction The Children Act 1989 allows local authorities to intervene in order to safeguard children that are…

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    children of older age are also included under certain special circumstances like disabilities. The duties also include the protection of the children from any kind of harm which may affect them severely as a result of abuse and neglect. In Australia, the failure by a parent to provide the basic needs that a child is required, or to protect from any harm which is a consequence of abuse or neglect, amounts to an offence under the general law of land. The child protection law is strict enough to…

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    Child Protection Policy Evaluation The Children’s act is a set of laws that are in place to protect the safety and well being of children from the ages of birth to 18. The children’s act of 1989 was updated in 2004 and is now aimed to ensure information is shared between agencies. Legislations say you have to share information or you are in breach of the child protection law which then could end with fines or in serious cases, jail time. The LSE Child protection policy is available online for…

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    Child Protection Interview Summary Child Protective Services (CPS) is designed to protect children from abuse and neglect by investigating reports made to the agency. Unfortunately, there are cases that require children to be removed from the home and placed into the care of another person while a more in-depth investigation takes place. The role of CPS is to address each report in an appropriate manner and investigate the suspected abuse or neglect. Team A worked individually and…

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    used the cases of David and Marie and other child abuse and neglect cases to assist his arguments. He broke down the cases so they were more tangible for the reader to understand and gave valid reasons why there are problems with family preservations. However, the only issue I did find with the book itself was how it was laid out. Even though Gelles easily broke down David and Marie’s cases, he would alternate between their cases and often I felt it was a little choppy and slightly confusing at…

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    clients. These policies ensure that there is reason for all things that social workers do and that the clients are safe. One important code that the child protective service workers within the agency use is Virginia Code 63.2-100 which gives that the definitions of abuse and neglect as well as the different types. This code is used often throughout the agency when there founded abuse of a child. This code begins by stating that said abuse must be done by the child’s parent or the person…

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    Chapter 5- Some Useful Tips On How to Protect Your Child In terms of child’s protection, the palpable protection most of the time comes after the abuse has occurred, with the different bodies and agencies that can be contacted in order to provide the appropriate measures to ensure the child’s safety and protection. Other than that, parents can help prevent abuse by educating their children a little bit more about what abuse is as well as the profile of potential abusers. Educate Your Child…

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    transition to permanent housing solutions (which we also help them to find). All food, linens, and amenities (such as laundry room and toiletries) are provided free of charge. We work with low-cost and low-income housing providers to ensure clients are able to transition into appropriate housing upon leaving our program. Additionally, our advocates offer curriculum-based programs that focus on teaching clients how to budget and plan their expenses, as well as manage their finances. Speakers from…

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