Europe

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List of Organisations

Family Rights Group,

This guide aims to help parents and families of children who are looked after in the care system during the Coronavirus outbreak.

Mary Carolan - The Irish Times,

"The coronavirus crisis is compounding the challenges for vulnerable and at-risk young people in special care, their families and care staff dealing with them, the High Court has heard," says this article from the Irish Times.

UK Department for Education,

This statistical release provides national and local authority (LA) level information on the outcomes for children who have been looked after continuously for at least 12 months at 31 March 2019, by local authorities in England.

Nina Kind, David Bürgin, Jörg M. Fegert, and Marc Schmid - International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health,

This study investigated the association between resilience and burnout in a Swiss population of professional caregivers working in youth residential care.

Jennifer E Simpson - Adoption & Fostering,

This article contributes to the growing area of research appertaining to the use of mobile communication devices and the internet by children in care in order to maintain contact with family and friends. It is based on a triadic method of semi-structured interviews with 12 young people and their foster carers and social work practitioners.

Veena Meetoo, Claire Cameron, Alison Clark, Sonia Jackson - Adoption & Fostering,

Using an ethnographic approach including interviews, walks, observation and photomap making, this article reports on the findings from a unique pilot study of the social and educational lives of young foster children (aged 0‒4) in an inner London borough.

Louise Tickle - The Guardian,

This article from the Guardian explores some of the ways in which children in care and other vulnerable children in the UK are at greater risk in light of the COVID-19 crisis.

Using an ethnographic approach including interviews, walks, observation and photomap making, this article reports on the findings from a unique pilot study of the social and educational lives of young foster children (aged 0‒4) in an inner London borough.

Peter Nelson, Catherine Homer, Richard Martin - Adoption & Fostering,

The study reported here was undertaken as part of a children’s health needs assessment in an English local authority. It sought to understand why looked after children experience such high levels of poor mental health and make growing demands on therapeutic services.

Claire Cameron, Veena Meetoo, Thure Johansen, Sonia Jackson - Child & Family Social Work,

Building on an earlier pilot study where foster carers of young children saw education as something that largely happens outside the home, this paper presents a knowledge exchange project that aimed to build foster carers' self‐concept as educators.