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Permanency Planning Concepts - Volume 37 Issue 3 - Jennifer Osmond, Clare Tilbury. Maluccio, . Fein, . & Olmstead, . Permanency planning for children: Concepts and methods, London: Tavistock. Miles, . & Huberman, A. (1994)
Permanency Planning Concepts - Volume 37 Issue 3 - Jennifer Osmond, Clare Tilbury. (1994). Qualitative data analysis: An expanded sourcebook, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
Permanency Planning for Children : Concepts and Methods.
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Permanency planning is a case planning process designed to promote stability and long-term connections for children subject to child protection intervention. Do you want to read the rest of this article?
From child abuse to permanency planning: Child welfare services pathways and placements. Permanency planning for children concepts and methods. Routledge, London and New York: Chapman and Hall. McDonald, . Bryson, . & Poertner, J. (2006).
From child abuse to permanency planning: Child welfare services pathways and placements. New York: Aldine De Gruyter. Barth, R. Weigensberg, E. Fisher, P. Febrow, . & Green, R. (2008).
Academic journal article Exceptional Children. Permanency Planning for Children and Youth: Out-of-Home Placement Decisions. Academic journal article Exceptional Children. ABSTRACT: This article advocates the extension of permanency planning" in out-of-home placements to include those children and youth with developmental disabilities. It discusses permanency planning and notes its promise in improving the opportunities of all children and youth to grow up in a stable family environment.
In response, the concept of permanency planning has been introduced as a philosophy, a policy, and a technique. It is designed to return every child who enters care to the stability of a family as quickly as possible. This paper presents findings of a longitudinal study of the outcomes of permanency planning. Results show that over half the children returned to their biological parents, that adoptions were more common for Caucasian than black children, that 78% of the children were still in their permanent placements 12-16 months later, that most children were functioning well, and that there.