Noticing and helping the neglected child literature review
Child neglect is the most common reason for a child to be placed on the child protection register in Wales. Although literature acknowledges schools as pivotal sites for the identification of child maltreatment, little is known about the manner in which school staff recognise and respond to child neglect in their roles. This paper brings new understanding about the way in which child neglect is identified by school staff in Wales. The mixed method research design comprises two phases: quantitative social work case file analysis, qualitative semi-structured interviews and non-participant observation.
The identification of child neglect in social work practice
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Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. Daniel and Julie Taylor and J. Scott and M. Barbour Published Medicine This paper summarizes key findings from a systematic literature review that sought to identify existing evidence about the ways in which the needs of neglected children and their parents are signaled and the response to those needs.