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An invaluable guide to child welfare for all aspiring and professional practitioners working with neglectful families
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'In this smart, up-to-date book, the reader is treated to a comprehensive coverage of current thinking, planning and intervention in the field of child neglect. Jan Horwath is a well-respected authority and always a great pleasure to read'.-David Howe, Emeritus Professor at the University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK.
'Horwath speaks with authority and insight about child neglect. This is a massively valuable contribution to contemporary thinking about the way forward in dealing with neglect'- Julie Taylor, Professor of Child Protection, University of Edingburgh, UK
'This book is a superb resource for practitioners. Building on a comprehensive account of the adversities that parents face, it offers empathic, evidence-based and accessible methods for helping neglected children.'- Brigid Daniel, Professor of Social Work, University of Sterling, UK
'In her new book Professor Horwath provides an unprecedented overview of what is currently known about child neglect. She brings together a wide range of scholarship as well as her own original research. This is required reading for anyone practising, studying or teaching in this field.'- Ruth Gardner, Head of Strategy and Development, NSPCC, UK
Neglect is the most common form of child maltreatment in developed countries and it comes in many forms. From evaluating the effects of neglect on the child to looking at root causes, this wide-ranging book offers evidence-based, practical guidance to support all practitioners in their work with neglected children. In particular:
· It assesses a range of methods of intervention and how these best apply to the various needs of different families.
· It explores the tensions and dilemmas that practitioners can face when working with neglected children.
· It demonstrates ways that practitioners can work together to promote better outcomes for the child.
· It provides frameworks and prompts, such as engaging case studies and reflective questions that can assist practitioners in their work.
Written by a leading authority on child neglect, this book is essential for all students taking courses in child welfare and will also prove an invaluable handbook for practitioners working with families where there are signs of child neglect.
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