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    你這資料要從原文child welfare act of the United of America查起,例如下Child Welfare JournalAbstracts from Selected ArticlesContentsJuly/August 2005 May/June 2005 March/April 2005 Special Issue January/February 2005 November/December 2004 September/October 2004 Special Issue July/August 2004 May/June 2004 March/April 2004 Special Issue January/February 2004 November/December 2003 September/October 2003 July/August 2003 May/June 2003 March/April 2003 January/February 2003 November/December 2002 September/October 2002 Special Issue July/August 2002 May/June 2002 March/April 2002 Special Issue January/February 2002 July/August 2005Evaluating Multidisciplinary Child Abuse and Neglect Teams: A Research AgendaMarina Lalayants and Irwin EpsteinA review of child welfare research literature reveals that although multidisciplinary teams are increasingly used to investigate and intervene in child abuse and neglect cases, the field does not know enough about their structural variations, implementation processes, or effectiveness. Moreover, although articles advocating multidisciplinary teams enumerate their apparent strengths, they lack attention to the teams' possible weaknesses. The article discusses implications for future evaluation studies. Enhancing Parent-Child Interaction During Foster Care Visits: Experimental Assessment of an InterventionWendy L. Haight, Sarah Mangelsdorf, James Black, Margaret Szewczyk, Sarah Schoppe, Grace Giorgio, Karen Madrigal, and Lakshmi TataMothers of young children recently placed in foster care participated in an intervention to enhance parent-child interaction during visits. The mothers all reported substantial loss and trauma histories. Immediately prior to the visits, the mothers were coached on strategies for separating from their children at the visit's end. The mothers displayed more behavioral strategies for supporting their children when the visit was over, but were less engaged with their children during the leave-taking sequence and displayed fewer ways of maintaining the child's involvement in mother-child interaction during leave-taking than those in a comparison group. This article discusses consideration of parents' trauma history in designing interventions to enhance parent-child interaction. Characteristics and Trajectories of Treatment Foster Care YouthDavid L. Hussey and Shenyang GuoUsing cross-sectional analyses in conjunction with dynamic modeling (hierarchical linear modeling), the authors profiled 119 treatment foster care youth and constructed behavioral change trajectories for a subset of 97 children. Children generally showed improvements in internalizing and critical pathology problem domains but remained the same on measures of externalizing behaviors and total problem score. The number of previous out-of-home placements was positively associated with increased levels of psychiatric symptomatology and served as the most robust predictor for modeling treatment response trajectories across problem domains. Placement instability places the well-being of children at heightened risk, therefore, accurate assessment of child need and risk in relation to caregiver capacities is critical. Permanency Mediation: A Path to Open Adoption for Children in Out-of-Home CareJoAnne MaynardThis research study examined the experiences of birthparents, permanent parents, and mediators in permanency mediation following a state child welfare agency's recommendation for termination of parental rights. Permanency mediation provides participants with the opportunity to collaborate in an agreement that entails a voluntary surrender of parental rights by the birthparents and the placement of children with permanent parents in open adoption or guardianship. Findings suggested that permanency mediation has the potential to be a successful practice. Participants, however, need additional support during and after mediation to help them understand open adoption and deal with the changes in family structures and boundaries, address their own feelings and concerns, and establish reliable means of communication with each other.

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