By Mary E. Haskett
This short highlights a number of of the main urgent demanding situations in addressing the desires of households who're experiencing homelessness and provides a collection of robust coverage suggestions for evaluation, intervention, examine, and repair supply with regards to homeless young children and their mom and dad. Chapters bring up expertise of the psychological well-being, academic, and developmental demanding situations confronted by way of those teenagers and their mom and dad. moreover, chapters supply perform implications of present study with a spotlight at the significance of cautious evaluate of provider and housing wishes; person ameliorations in strengths and adjustment of folks and kids experiencing homelessness; and leading edge remedy and repair supply techniques to deal with the original wishes of this inhabitants.
Featured themes contain:
- Promoting confident parenting between homeless families.
- Innovative intervention, evaluation, and repair supply models.
- Homeless young ones and early early life care and schooling platforms.
- Early Risers intervention & group motion concentrating on teenagers who're Homeless undertaking (Project CATCH).
Child and kinfolk wellbeing and fitness and Homelessness is an important source for coverage makers and similar execs and for graduate scholars and researchers in developmental, medical, and faculty psychology; baby, adolescence and relations coverage; public healthiness; and social work.
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Child and Family Well-Being and Homelessness: Integrating Research into Practice and Policy by Mary E. Haskett