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Top PDF How do county courts share the care of children between parents? : Full report

How do county courts share the care of children between parents? : Full report

How do county courts share the care of children between parents? : Full report

... two children had also internalised their mother’s negative feelings towards their ...the children, aged 9 and 11 at the breakdown of contact, did not want to see their father and that she neither could nor ...

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How do county courts share the care of children between parents? : executive summary

How do county courts share the care of children between parents? : executive summary

... applicant parents gave a reason why they had not engaged in ...to care for the child (commonly linked to children’s services involvement), or past domestic violence which left the applicant feeling ...of ...

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Parents on council care: a report on parents' views

Parents on council care: a report on parents' views

... that parents were given help when it was too late to keep the child out of care: ‘I feel let down by social services they only seem to help after a crisis and by then it’s too late’; ‘from the time problems ...

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What do parents report of the Education, Health and Care needs assessment process?

What do parents report of the Education, Health and Care needs assessment process?

... their children. It appeared that staff did not make adjustments for parents’ SEN and again, it appeared that parents needed to empower ...describe how she would counteract this ...

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What do parents report of the Education, Health and Care needs assessment process?

What do parents report of the Education, Health and Care needs assessment process?

... was parents’ perceptions regarding significant barriers to real involvement in decision making about their ...of parents in power relations and structures of educational ...from parents’ viewpoints, ...

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Care of Adolescent Parents and Their Children

Care of Adolescent Parents and Their Children

... medical care, psychological support, and a comprehensive life skills approach to adolescent ...and report a better home environment at 5 years after the intervention than socioeconomically matched ...

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How do children at special schools and their parents perceive their HRQoL compared to children at open schools?

How do children at special schools and their parents perceive their HRQoL compared to children at open schools?

... although children attending SS appeared to recognize that they had functional limitations (as evidenced by reporting more problems in the domains), this did not translate into a perception of lower HRQoL (as mea- ...

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Care of Adolescent Parents and Their Children

Care of Adolescent Parents and Their Children

... ers with a mean age of 17 years (range, 15 – 19 years) in 2 school sys- tems (Tampa Bay, FL, and Twin Cities, MN). The participants took part in a school-based teen parent program and completed mental health assess- ...

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Psychological health of family caregivers of children admitted at birth to a NICU and healthy children: a population-based cross-sectional survey

Psychological health of family caregivers of children admitted at birth to a NICU and healthy children: a population-based cross-sectional survey

... intensive care is associated with a range of long- term health problems such as cerebral palsy, mental retar- dation, deafness, blindness and milder but more common problems such as learning disabilities and ...

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Contact with Biological Parents for Children in Residental Care: A Vietnam Study

Contact with Biological Parents for Children in Residental Care: A Vietnam Study

... Law, Children are people under 16 years old ...(1989), children are people under 18 years old ...article, children are understood to be under 18 years old. Children are taken care of ...

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Monocultural constructs: a transnational reflects on early childhood institutions

Monocultural constructs: a transnational reflects on early childhood institutions

... providing children with an affirming politics of identity, by allowing for complex blends of resistance and agency regarding majority, minorities and hybridity, requests not only new pedagogies but new ...

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How do general practitioners persuade parents to vaccinate their children? A study using standardised scenarios

How do general practitioners persuade parents to vaccinate their children? A study using standardised scenarios

... understand how general practitioners (GPs) address parental concerns about childhood immunisation using standardised ...the parents who have ...her children proved to be the most challenging role ...

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Continuity of care for children with complex chronic health conditions: parents' perspectives

Continuity of care for children with complex chronic health conditions: parents' perspectives

... request. Parents were encouraged to provide a spontaneous narrative about the various service providers with whom they and their child interacted over time, starting with their earliest ...for parents to ...

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Cyber training: Working with parents

Cyber training: Working with parents

... that parents have in shaping their child’s attitudes and ...with parents is an absolutely essential part of a whole-school / community approach to prevent and counter all forms of inappropriate behaviour ...

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Pediatrics Digest

Pediatrics Digest

... 5-year-old children for a wide range of ...of children with NDIs were elevated among the lowest income groups and in stunted children, demonstrating discriminant ...5-year-old children with a ...

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Care of Adolescent Parents and Their Children

Care of Adolescent Parents and Their Children

... mothers are less likely than older mothers to receive child support payments.8. In several studies the cognitive levels of infants[r] ...

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Influence of familybased factors on schoolattendance among three-to-eight year old’s in Kitui County, Kenya

Influence of familybased factors on schoolattendance among three-to-eight year old’s in Kitui County, Kenya

... Despite efforts by schools are facing a lot of difficulties trying to curb children’s irregular school attendance. (DeSocio et al., 2007).When a child does not often go to school or forgo attending school for some time; ...

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The Influence of Advertisements in Increasing the Sales in Kosovo

The Influence of Advertisements in Increasing the Sales in Kosovo

... The first step is to set the advertisement objectives. The objectives should rely on the past decisions for the target market, in positioning and the marketing mix that defines the work that should be done by the ad in ...

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How do parents and providers trade-off between disability and survival? Preferences in the treatment of pediatric medulloblastoma

How do parents and providers trade-off between disability and survival? Preferences in the treatment of pediatric medulloblastoma

... the care of medulloblastoma patients were contacted through oncology networks in ...Canada. Parents of children diagnosed with brain tumors were recruited via two clinics in Vancouver and ...

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Parents' Perceptions Regarding the Special Education Classification of Other Health Impairment (OHI)

Parents' Perceptions Regarding the Special Education Classification of Other Health Impairment (OHI)

... staff. Parents reported entering the Individual Education Program planning process confident that the “experts” (the school personnel) would advocate for their ...most parents reported recognizing that they ...

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