Thomas Engell, Ingvild Barbara Follestad, Anne Andersen, Kristine Amlund Hagen - Trials29 Dec 2018
The present study is part of a knowledge translation project in collaboration with local CWS with the aim to develop, implement, and evaluate Enhanced Academic Support (EAS) for primary school children in Child Welfare Services (CWS) in Norway.
Meredith Kiraly - Child & Family Social Work27 Dec 2018
This article reports a research study in Victoria, Australia, that explored nonfamilial kinship care through analysis of administrative data, interviews with young people and carers, and focus groups with kinship care support workers.
Esther Ariyo Dimitri Mortelmans Edwin Wouters - Children and Youth Services Review12 Dec 2018
This study investigates the difference in the well-being of children in kinship care when compared to children in other care settings within Africa, examining factors that are associated with their well-being outcomes.
Kristina Lovato - Children and Youth Services Review12 Dec 2018
While previous studies have focused on the effects of parental deportation on young children, this study uniquely contributes to the literature by exploring how adolescents experience and cope with a forced family separation.
Relationships Matterfor Youth 'Aging Out' of Care is a collaborative photovoice project led by Melanie Doucet, who is a former youth in care, alongside eight former youth in care between the ages of 19 and 29 from the Greater Vancouver area.
Clive Diaz, Hayley Pert, Nigel Thomas - Adoption & Fostering11 Dec 2018
This article discusses a key meeting for children in care – the Child in Care Review – and examines the extent to which children and young people are able to participate and exert a level of control over their lives. The research, conducted in England, formed part of a wider exploration of the views and experiences of all those involved in such reviews, namely Independent Reviewing Officers (IROs), social workers, senior managers and – the focus of this article – the young people concerned.