5. The public's ambivalent attitude toward the institution and the children it serves.
Among the major trends noted were the following:
1. The increased use of the institution as a special resource for special children.
2. The change in the rate of children referred to institutions, but the increased severity of the problems presented by the children referred.
3. The movement from custody to treatment as the major service offered, and the diversification of treatment approaches.
4. The increased professionalization and upgrading of staff, including houseparents, and the increased diversification of institutions.
5. The attempt to deinstitutionalize and desegregate the institution, the increasing tendency to involve the parents in the treatment program, and the trend toward partial institutionalization.
6. Increasing concern with aftercare programs.
7. Continued attempts to find alternatives for institutionalization.

BIBLIOGRAPHY

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ALDGATE JANE. "Advantages of Residential Care." Adoption and Fostering, 92, 2 ( 1978), 29-33.

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ASTRAHAN MYRTLE. "The Five Day Week: An Alternative Model in Residential Treatment Centers." Child Welfare, 54, 1 ( January 1975), 21-26.

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