5 edition of Knowledge utilization in residential child and youth care practice found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Knowledge utilization., Child and youth care practice.|
|Statement||edited by Jerome Beker, Zvi Eisikovits.|
|Contributions||Beker, Jerome., Eisikovits, Zvi.|
|LC Classifications||HV863 .K66 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 330 p. :|
|Number of Pages||330|
|LC Control Number||90015002|
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Knowledge utilization in residential child and youth care practice. Washington, D.C.: Child Welfare League of America, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Jerome Beker; Zvi Eisikovits.
6 Journal of Child and Youth Care Work PrOFESSIOnAL CHILD AnD YOuTH WOrK PrACTICE— FIVE DOMAInS OF COMPETEnCE: A FEW LESSOnS LEArnED WHILE HIGHLIGHTInG THE KnOWLEDGE BASE Inwith. Towards Evidence-Based Practice in Children’s Services. One could argue that the ‘evidence-based practice debate’ fully entered real-world child-serving systems with the Surgeon General’s report on Mental Health, which included a full chapter on effective mental health treatments for children and adolescents (U.S.
Department of Health and Human Services, ).Cited by: The author conducts a follow-up to a review of the development of the child and youth care profession in the United States that he conducted 11 years ago (Krueger, a).
Knowledge utilization in residential child and youth care and blues of residential child care practice. Journal of Child and Youth Care, 4, 13– Google Scholar Cited by: Developing a competent staff of child and youth care workers is a major challenge for most group care programs for children, youth, and families.
Factors such as low pay, lack of preparation, and demanding working conditions have contributed to creating a workforce by: 7. Author(s): Beker,Jerome; Eisikovits,Zvi Title(s): Knowledge utilization in residential child and youth care practice/ edited by Jerome Beker, Zvi Eisikovits.
Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Washington, D.C.: Child Welfare League of America, c Finally, four recent anthologies, Choices in Caring (Krueger and Powell, ), Perspectives in Professional Child and Youth Care (Anglin ct al. ), Knowledge Utilization in Child and Youth Care Practice (Bekerand Eisikovits, in press), and Challenging the Limits of Care (Small and Alwon, ) include chapters that cover the scope of the field.
residential child and youth care work. In J. Beker & Z. Eisikovits (Eds.), Knowledge utilization in residential child and youth care practice (pp. Washington, DC: Child Welfare League of America. 4File Size: 1MB. Eisikovits, Rivka A. "The Child Care Worker as Ethnographer: Uses of the Anthropological Approach in Residential Child Care Education and Practice," in J.
Beker and Z. Eisikovits (Eds.). Knowledge Utilization in Direct Care Practice: The Child and Youth Care Worker in Residential Settings. Washington D.C. Or I think of Edna Guttman, who wrote what I think is a stunning chapter in Knowledge Utilization in Residential Care and Youth Care Practice and co-authored the Psychologically Battered Child ().
In: Beker, J. and Eisikovits, Z., Eds., Knowledge Utilization in Residential Child and Youth Care Practice, Child Welfare League of America, Washington DC, [ 7 ] Shavit, P. () The Enhancement of Self-Determination of Students With Intellectual Disabilities Involved in a Group Process Based on The “Cycle of Internalization”.
In book: Therapeutic Residential Care for Children and Youth Developing Evidence-Based International Practice, Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers, pp Cite this publication Sigrid JamesAuthor: Sigrid James.
Health Care for the Homeless Principles of Practice) 6 The McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act (42 USC ) defines children and youth as homeless if they “lack a fixed, regular, and adequate nighttime residence,” including sharing the housing of other persons due to loss of housing, economicFile Size: KB.
Care/Practice Setting Highlights; Payor-based case manager • May implement the Case Management Process for a client upon direct contact via the telephone by the client/support system or upon referral from other professionals working for the payor organization such as a medical director, a claims adjuster, a clerical person, or a quality/performance improvement specialist.
The phrase, “knowledge utilization in residential child care” (Beker and Eisikov-its, ) more closely defined my interest and captured the richness of the essential exchange that needs to take place between workers and children in all manner of group care situations.
The knowledge base is more than head or book knowl. “Work is More Fun than Fun”: On the Contribution of Jerome Beker to the Emerging Profession of Child and Youth Care Work Karen VanderVen 1 Child and Youth Care Forum vol pages – () Cite this articleAuthor: Karen VanderVen.
Scholar and the table of contents from to for the journals Child and Youth Care Services and Child & Youth Care Forum were phrases such as Ecology of Human Development, Ecological Theory, and Child and Youth Care and key words such as Bronfenbrenner, Children, Family, and Community were used.
In the event. Weaving all the latest research and best practices into a single accessible handbook, more than 60 expert contributors give readers the in-depth, practical knowledge they need to. develop comprehensive, community-based, coordinated systems of care for youth with mental health challenges and their familiesPrice: $ Youth under the age of 18 who are accused of committing a delinquent or criminal act are typically processed through a juvenile justice system similar to that of the adult criminal justice system in many ways—processes include arrest, detainment, petitions, hearings, adjudications, dispositions, placement, probation, and reentry—the juvenile justice process operates according to.
Review the child or youth's service needs, level of care, target discharge date, and transition plan in collaboration with the caseworker and contracted service provider at least every three months. Current or prior child or youth interviewing experience. Knowledge and skills needed to assess the child or youth’s health and safety.
of practice for child welfare supervision. A. CKNOWLEDGMENT OF. P. RIOR. E. DITIONS. This manual is an update of the publication Child Protective Services: A Guide for Caseworkers by Diane DePanfilis and Marsha K.
Salus. The first edition of the manual was published in as Child Protection: Providing Ongoing Services byFile Size: 2MB.The Crossover Youth Practice Model (CYPM) was created to address unique issues presented by children and youth who are known to both the child welfare and juvenile justice systems.
These young people, often referred to as “crossover youth,” move between the child welfare and juvenile justice systems, or are known to both concurrently.The child-placing agency (CPA) must notify CPS as required by the residential child care contract and Minimum Standards for Child-Placing Agencies.
The progress and outcome of the investigation and the child’s safety and well-being determine the duration of IAC or respite care.