Foster Placements: Why They Succeed and Why They Fail

By Ian Sinclair; Kate Wilson et al. | Go to book overview

Supporting Parents

Series edited by David Quinton,
Professor of Psychosocial Development, University of Bristol
Consultant editors: Carolyn Davies and Caroline Thomas,
Department for Education and Skills and Department of Health

This important series is the result of an extensive government-funded research initiative into how we can best support parents and carers as part of an integrated service for children. Underpinning current policy directives including the Children's National Service Framework, the titles in the series are essential reading for practitioners, policy makers and academics working in child care.

other titles in the series

Supporting Parents Messages from Research David Quinton ISBN 1 84310 210 2

Foster Carers Why They Stay and Why They Leave Ian Sinclair, Ian Gibbs and Kate Wilson ISBN 1 84310 172 6

Foster Children Where They Go and How They Get On Ian Sinclair, Claire Baker, Kate Wilson and Ian Gibbs ISBN 1 84310 278 1

Fostering Adolescents Elaine Farmer, Sue Moyers and Jo Lipscombe ISBN 1 84310 227 7

Parenting in Poor Environments Stress, Support and Coping Deborah Ghate and Neal Hazel ISBN 1 84310 069 X

Supporting South Asian Families with a Child with Severe Disabilities Chris Hatton, Yasmeen Akram, Robina Shah, Janet Robertson and Eric Emerson ISBN 1 84310 161 0

Imprisoned Fathers and their Children Gwyneth Boswell and Peter Wedge ISBN 1 85302 972 6

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