Child Neglect: Practice Issues for Health and Social Care

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9Serious Case Reviews: Lessons for Practice in Cases of Child Neglect147
Renuka Jeyarajah Dent, NCH – The Bridge, and Christine Cocker, Middlesex University and NCH – The Bridge
10What is Weight Faltering ('Failure to Thrive') and When Does it Become a Child Protection Issue?166
Charlotte M. Wright, University of Glasgow
11The Theoretical and Practical Issues in Attachment and Neglect: The Case of Very Low Birth Weight Infants186
Gill Watson, University of Dundee and Julie Taylor, University of Dundee
12Parental Substance Misuse and the Implications for Children: Lessons from Research and Practice in one Family Centre206
Moira Walker, University of Sterling and Mary Glasgow, Service Manager
13Neglect of Disabled Children228
Margaret Kennedy and Jane Wonnacott, Independent Trainers and Consultants
14Who Cares? The Role of Mothers in Cases of Child Neglect249
Danielle Turney, Open University
15Do They Care? The Role of Fathers in Cases of Child Neglect263
Brigid Daniel and Julie Taylor
16Intervening with Neglect279
Geraldine Macdonald, Commission for Social Care Inspection
17Neglect in Theory and Practice: The Messages for Health and Social Care291
Julie Taylor and Brigid Daniel
APPENDIX ONE: THE OUTLINE FORMAT FOR COMPREHENSIVE ASSESSMENT302
APPENDIX TWO: WORKSHEETS310
THE CONTRIBUTORS318
REFERENCES321
SUBJECT INDEX342
AUTHOR INDEX350

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