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  • Child In Foster Care Including Care
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    The paper and diagram below describe the typical progression a child makes through a state welfare system. Each figure in the diagram below links to a specific decision point described in the paper, which begins immediately after the diagram. This chart provides a model, which highlights typical decision points on a child's journey through the current foster care system. Although the format is based on federal and common state law and practice, nevertheless it is only a model. Laws vary across s...
  • Say In The Child's Life
    722 words
    Should All Men Have To Pay Child Support I have been watching the television lately, and all they have been talking about how they are arresting many dads. The reason behind the arrest is over due child support. Now is that right Most people would say yes I feel there is many circumstances. Why should a man pay child support if he told the women he didn t want to have a kid If you really think about it men really have no choice when it comes to the pregnancy. Whatever the women wants she gets no...
  • Child Care For Low Income Families
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    Daycare has become a controversy because of the great quantity of advantages and disadvantages that it involves. While a very large number of parents have to rely on child care centers because of career ambitions or financial needs that only their jobs can fulfill, most child psychiatrists believe that the ideal growing environment for an infant is at home with the family. The problem is that choosing the right caregiver, a good substitute for the parents, is very hard, and the consequences of a...
  • Day Care Environment
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    Making Day Care a Good Experience The American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Most child and adolescent psychiatrists recognize that the ideal environment for raising a small child is in the home with parents and family. Intimate daily direct parental care of infants for the first several months of life is particularly important. Since the ideal environment often is not available, the role of day care, especially in the first few years of the child's life, needs to be considered. Som...
  • Suitable Child Care Arrangements
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    The vast majority of mothers in the world today are working and earning. Where they work may range from the family compound, to nearby fields, to local markets, to industrial parks, to corporate headquarters; but in both developing and developed countries women are economically active, providing support for themselves, their children, and their families According to web it states that: Not only are more mothers working but, in both the modern and traditional sectors, more mothers with very young...
  • Laws Against The Abandonment Of A Child
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    In the world today there are numerous single teen and young adult women having unwanted pregnancies. A lack of experience and maturity causes many of these young parents to feel frightfully inadequate in the face of their newborn child. Some of these people believe abortion is immoral yet also see putting a child up for adoption as an insurmountable burden. For this reason, there are those who feel justified in abandoning a child, leaving him or her parent less. Of course, others abandon their c...
  • Wild Child
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    From the diaries of Jean-Marc-Gaspar d Itard, The Wild Child is a movie made in 1970, with a setting in France from the 18th century, and based on a child who had lived in nature his whole life without any human contact. Itard, a well known French doctor for working with deaf-mutes, had taken in this feral child under his care for the purposes of his studies on the child's intellectual and social education. Given the time period of the movie Itard had taken the "wild-child" in under his own care...
  • Need For Affordable High Quality Child Care
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    The demand for good-quality and affordable child care has increased in the wake of welfare reform, as many low-income families have entered the workforce and confronted difficulties arranging, paying for and sustaining the continuity of child care. Infant-toddler child care is scarce in most communities across the state, particularly in low-income communities. It is also expensive. Even with the increased availability of child care subsidies, many low-income families face difficulties paying for...
  • Ingredients Of Quality Child Care In Ontario
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    Abstract In rural communities, Canadian families undergo multiple challenges in finding equality when it comes to taking care of their children as well as their early childhood education. Rural families do acknowledge the positive educational and social experiences that their young ones can face in their early childhood settings just like their counterparts throughout the country. This, together with the requirement or need for ample and flexible childcare following the atypical and regulated se...

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