Centre for Excellence for Looked After Children in Scotland (CELCIS)6 Mar 2013
This handbook, Moving Forward: Implementation of the ‘Guidelines for the Alternative Care of Children,’ is aimed at legislators, policy-makers and decision-makers, as well as professionals and care providers, to support the implementation of the Guidelines for the Alternative Care of Children, endorsed by the United Nations General Assembly in 2009. It explains the key thrusts of the Guidelines, outlines the kind of policy responses required, and describes ‘promising’ examples of efforts already made to apply them in diverse communities, countries, regions and cultures.
Lousie Melville, The British Council, Jordan 1 Jan 2004
Theory and practice guidance on interviewing and assessing children and families. Contains an example assessment, as well as training questions and answers on communication skills, planning, and assessment.
Department of Health, Department for Education and Employment, Home Office UK 1 Jan 2000
A set of questionnaires for the child or caregiver to complete on recent life events, their strengths and weaknesses, how they cope with everyday life, the condition of the home, or alcohol consumption.
Department of Health, Department for Education and Employment, Home Office, UK 1 Jan 2000
Age specific forms for collecting a large amount of information from a variety of sources in order to obtain a thorough understanding of the child’s needs, the parent’s capacities, and the impact of family and environmental factors.