By Eileen Munro
Baby security is a part of an exhilarating new sequence from SAGE. built as available reference instruments, SAGE direction partners supply complete introductions to middle topics, encouraging scholars to increase their figuring out of key recommendations, concerns and debates. baby safeguard bargains readers an obtainable evaluation of the middle subject matters in baby abuse and baby safeguard, supporting readers comprehend either the idea and perform serious about baby safeguard, in addition to bettering their pondering talents in accordance with direction requisites.
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Lyme Regis: Russell House Publishing. This key text gives a detailed and fascinating comparison of several European countries, illustrating how much range there is in the power given to children to have a say in what happens to them, in the nature of the relationship between suspected and proven abusers and professionals, and the availability of support for families under stress. On the nature of childhood: P. ARIES (1962) Centuries of Childhood, London: Jonathan Cape. A classic text on the subject, much quoted.
Do social workers have different standards of evidence, or different overall goals from lawyers and judges? See M. King and C. Piper (1995) How the Law Thinks about Children, Aldershot: Ashgate, for a full discussion. qxd 11/20/2006 12:31 PM Page 45 DEALING WITH UNCERTAINTY Fur ther Reading A. BRAMMER (2003) Social Work Law, Harlow: Pearson Education Ltd. A comprehensive guide to the law and the workings of the legal system, with Part 2 dealing specifically with children and families. It defines legal terms well and provides clear accounts of the principles underlying legislation.
Local procedures give guidance on when to undertake a CAF. Response 3: referral to a local authority as a ‘child in need’ under Section 17 of the Children Act 1989. The social worker and manager will decide, within 24 hours, whether socal care involvement is appropriate and, if so, carry out an initial assessment within seven days. Response 4: referral to a local authority as a child in need of protection, possibly requiring a Section 47 inquiry. Again, the social worker and manager will decide how to respond.