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Parenting assessments in child welfare cases

a practical guide

by Terry D. Pezzot-Pearce

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Published by University of Toronto Press in Toronto, Buffalo, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Parenting -- Evaluation.,
  • Child welfare.,
  • Family assessment.,
  • Rôle parental -- Évaluation.,
  • Enfants -- Protection, assistance, etc.,
  • Famille -- Évaluation.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementTerry D. Pezzot-Pearce, John Pearce.
    ContributionsPearce, John W.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHQ755.8 .P573 2004
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 398 p. ;
    Number of Pages398
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3437476M
    ISBN 100802087027, 0802086543
    LC Control Number2005295181
    OCLC/WorldCa54460200

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Recommendations of child protection workers to remove children from a home environment they perceive to be unsafe have frequently been challenged, legally and otherwise, and have raised scepticism about the criteria used in advising such a drastic measure.

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welfare process. This manual examines the roles and responsibilities of child protective services (CPS) workers, who are at the center of every community’s child protection efforts.

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Insight offers parenting capacity assessments in cases where a parent or parents are in dispute with a child welfare agency about their ability to meet the needs of and/or care of their children. These assessments will typically take between hours depending on the requirements of.

Parenting Assessments in Child Welfare Cases: A Practical Recommendations of child protection workers to remove children from a home environment they perceive to be unsafe have frequently been challenged, legally and otherwise, and have raised scepticism about the criteria used in advising such a drastic measure.5/5(2).

Assessing Parenting Capacity in Child Protection: Towards a Knowledge-Based Model. The assessment of parenting capacity continues to engender public concernin cases of suspected harm to children This paper outlines a model for. approaching this task based on the application of three domains of keyFile Size: KB.

Different types of assessments are used in child welfare: assessments of safety, risk assessments, and special assessments of particular needs such as developmental assessments.

A comprehensive family assessment incorporates information collected through other File Size: KB. for the child’s welfare’(Department of Health, ).

Social workers are also directed to consider parenting in the light of whether it is ‘abusive’ (s47, The Children Act ). Parenting capacity is one of three core elements which practitioners assess when concerns about a child's welfare are raised.

The other two elements are the child's developm. ental needs, and wider family and environmental factors. These three elements are inter-related and cannot be considered in isolation (HM Government, ).

Child maltreatment is a community concern, and every community has a legal and ethical obligation to promote the safety, permanency, and well-being of children.

While no single agency has all the necessary knowledge, skills, or resources to provide all of the assistance needed by children and their families, it is Child Protective Services (CPS), along with law enforcement and the courts, who. Child Protective Services may ask parents to attend something called "parenting classes." A court can also either ask or order parents to attend parenting classes as a part of a child abuse case.

What do parenting classes do. Teach parents the basics of child development so they will have appropriate expectations of their children. In this much needed book senior clinicians consider the principles and practice of parenting assessments and how they guide courts' decisions about children's welfare.

They describe a number of frameworks for assessment and discuss the factors which help predict the risk of future maltreatment or the likelihood of successful by: In this much needed book senior clinicians consider the principles and practice of parenting assessments and how they guide courts' decisions about children's welfare.

They describe a number of frameworks for assessment and discuss the factors which help predict the risk of future maltreatment or the likelihood of successful rehabilitation.5/5(5).

With his wife, Terry D. Pezzot-Pearce, he coauthored Parenting Assessments in Child Welfare Cases: A Practical Guide.

Terry D. Pezzot-Pearce, PhD, is a therapist and evaluator who sees children and parents from the child welfare system, among other clinical cases.