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Parent and Child fostering - APPENDICES

| Multiple

The appendices to the Good Practice Guide Parent and Child Fostering include a set of forms that are specially designed to be used in this area of practice. The forms can be used by social workers, foster carers and other professionals to help collate observations from key sources and aid assessments.

Parent and child fostering

| Paul Adams and Elaine Dibben

Parent and child arrangements with foster carers are a well-established phenomenon in England and Wales; less so in Scotland and Northern Ireland. In the majority of cases, this means adults with their children living with foster carers, usually in the context of care proceedings. This is a specialist area of work characterised by the uniqueness of having adult parents in the foster home. This Good Practice Guide addresses the challenges faced by agencies and foster carers. It offers valuable advice, information and a host of practical suggestions on how to deliver a high quality service.

Caring for unaccompanied asylum seeking children and young people: FULL SERIES

| Eileen Fursland

This series of introductory booklets aims to provide information for foster carers and residential care workers who are, or who will be, looking after unaccompanied asylum-seeking children and young people from certain countries. The booklets look in detail at the languages, religions, culture, food and family life that children and young people from these countries may be accustomed to, and how carers and workers can help to welcome them.

Caring for unaccompanied asylum seeking children and young people: introductory booklet

| Eileen Fursland

The introductory booklet provides information for foster carers and residential care workers who are, or who will be, looking after unaccompanied asylum-seeking children and young people. It explores who these young people are, where they come from, what their journeys may have been like, what their specific needs are now, and how carers can help and support them.