Comments

Digital copy of Success and Failure in Fostering: an abstract of research findings by Megan Jobling in Highlight No. 6, National Children's Bureau Information Service.

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Reference

C/D/AW1/A3/5/WD004586

Date

August 1st 1973 - August 31st 1973

Scope and Content

Provides details about success and failure in fostering, outlining benefits and problems associated with fosterings. Describes main reasons for failure of fostering placements, outlines circumstances where success is more likely and failure is more likely and remarks about fostering being the best means of care. Also includes remarks about there not being enough time for preparation before foster placements, importance of contact with natural parents, special groups and need for more studies. Refers to numerous studies on fostering throughout.

Names

Adamson, G
Dinnage, R
George, V
Gray, P G
Holman, R
Jobling, Megan
Parker, R A
Parr, E A
Pringle, M L K
Trasler, G
Children's Office
National Children's Bureau
National Children's Bureau Information Service

Keywords

Adam House | 1, Fitzroy Square | bulletins | childcare | Children | children's homes | foster parents | fostering | IJCI | Information | Local Authorities | research | social workers | Studies

Dimensions

1 pdf file

Language

English

Level of description

file

Access Restriction

PDF file - please click on the link to download

Closed until

2100

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