Child Neglect: Practice Issues for Health and Social Care

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List of Tables
Table 4.1Distinctions between different forms of abuse and neglect62
Table 5.1Reasons for referral80
Table 5.2Definitions of good enough parenting85
Table 5.3Howarth framework for assessing child neglect88–90
Table 8.1The catergorization of different grades of care136
Table 10.1Risk assessment grid: indicators for referral to social services181
Table 11.1Definitions of term, preterm and birth weight of newborn infants188
Table 11.2Objectives for Sure Start and the New Community Schools projects198
Table 13.1Disabling barriers231
List of Figures
Figure 1.1The art of assessment lies in analyzing the interaction between individual characteristics and wider factors23
Figure 2.1Effects of tax and benefits on low income32
Figure 2.2A model of family, school and neighbourhood support, based on individualized and population-wide profiling, assessment and planning41
Figure 6.1The Department of Health (2000) assessment triangle99
Figure 7.1The 'eggtimer' model of filtering123
Figure 8.1A schematic representation of one of the sub-areas in the 'Graded Care Profile': D – Self Esteem: Disapproval137
Figure 8.2A suggested pathway between child health and social services139
Figure 8.3The record sheet on which the final GCP score is recorded143
Figure 10.1The relationship between faltering growth and abuse and neglect170
Figure 10.2The food chain175
Figure 10.3The multidisciplinary pathway of care for weight faltering178
Figure 10.4Anne-Marie's weight gain pattern over time plotted on a standard UK growth chart182
Figure 10.5Paul's weight gain pattern over time plotted on a standard UK growth chart183
Figure 11.1Interactive framework to support parents of preterm, very low birth weight infants197
Figure 13.1Political and personal interaction230
Figure 13.2Poor child care as a result of inadequate service provision235
Figure 13.3Abuse and neglect as a result of adverse family conditions despite adequate services235

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