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  • 1.   'A Word in Your Ear': A Study of Foster Carers' Attitudes to Recommending Fostering to Others

    This study describes the issues that most carers come into fostering via word of mouth - throughout the current foster carers within the South and East Belfast Health and Social Services Trust.

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 8 Page: 19-34 2002
    John Sheldon

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  • 2.   Adoption from care in Northern Ireland: problems in the process

    The aim of this study was to examine the processes for freeing children for adoption in Northern Ireland.

    Child & Family Social Work, Vol: 7 Page: 297-309 2002
    Greg Kelly; Dominic McSherry

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  • 3.   Carers in the classroom

    This article discusses the Fostering Achievement Service launched by Northern Ireland Minister Paul Goggins

    Community Care, 2007
    Louise Tickle

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  • 4.   CELEBRITY DREAMS

    This photograph shows Children's Society service users with Irish actor Graham Norton at the launch of the society's photography exhibition on the childhood dreams of celebrities in London, England

    Community Care, 2007

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  • 5.   Child Protection Work and Family Support Practice in Five Family Centres

    The aim of this study was to examine the perspectives of staff and service users in five 'client focused' family centres in Northern Ireland in relation to how child protection issues are understood and dealt with

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 9 Page: 18 2003
    Trevor Spratt

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  • 6.   Concern deepens over Ireland's missing asylum-seeking children

    This article discusses Irelands missing asylum seeker children

    Community Care, 2005
    Amy Taylor

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  • 7.   Daycare needs of young disabled

    This article reports on the result of the study on the daycare needs of disabled children under the age of five in Northern Ireland.

    Children & Young People Now, 2008

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  • 8.   Family Support in Ireland: Developing Strategic Implementation

    This article discusses the learning gained from a growing commitment to family support and suggests there is now sufficient understanding and experience to allow for a strategically managed approach based on a planning cycle of legislation

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 9 Page: 309-321 2003
    John Pinkerton; Pat Dolan; Andrew Percy

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  • 9.   FUNDING BRIEFS

    This article offers news briefs related to child care services in Great Britain. The Ulster-Scots Agency in Northern Ireland has incurred £3 million cash for the youth's school program.

    Children & Young People Now, 2008

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  • 10.   Identity issues for looked after children with no knowledge of their origins

    This article discusses the effects on the developing identities of those who, for various reasons, are unlikely ever to know the details of their birth parent(s)

    Adoption & Fostering, Vol: 29 Page: 44-52 2005 Summer2005
    Karen Winter; Olivia Cohen

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  • 11.   'Infighting' blamed for poor service

    This article discusses the effects of infighting between public bodies in Northern Ireland on Irish children according to voluntary groups

    Community Care, 2004

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  • 12.   IS SECURE CARE FAIR?

    This article discusses the use of secure care in child welfare cases in Ireland and England

    Community Care, 2006
    Henri Giller

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  • 13.   Linden services for children--extern: A holisitic approach in working with young people with challenging behaviours and their families

    This article is a description of the service that is provided by "Linden Services for Children" and how this fulfils the requirements of both the Children (NI) Order 1995 and the Criminal Justice (Children) Order 1998

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 12 Page: 169-178 2006
    Angela Devlin

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  • 14.   News Youth Work: NEWS IN BRIEF

    This article offers news briefs related to child care services in Great Britain. A day of football for girls was held to promote the merits of the game in Derry, Northern Ireland

    Children & Young People Now, 2008

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  • 15.   NEWS: NEWS IN BRIEF

    This article offers news briefs on children care services in Europe. British Centre for Excellence and Outcomes in Children and Young People's Services offers professional best-practices, case studies and expert advice

    Children & Young People Now, 2008

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  • 16.   NUMBERS GAME: Childcare in Northern Ireland

    The aim of this study was to report on the difficulty of finding childcare in Northern Ireland

    Children & Young People Now, 2008
    Tristan Donovan

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  • 17.   RESEARCH ABSTRACTS: SHORT BREAKS

    This abstract reports on respite care and coping strategies among families of Irish Children with intellectual disabilities

    Community Care, 2007

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  • 18.   The Age of Criminal Responsibility: "The Frontier between Care and Justice"

    This article addresses the potential conflict between the concept of the welfare of children inherent in the family care system and that of responsibility inherent in the criminal justice system.

    Child Care in Practice, Vol: 12 Page: 129-139 2006
    John Gillen

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  • 19.   Young people leaving care in England, Northern Ireland, and Ireland

    The aim of this study was to examine the transitions of young people, aged 16-18, leaving state care in England, Northern Ireland, and the Republic of Ireland

    European Journal of Social Work, Vol: 3 Page: 235 2000
    Mike Stein; John Pinkerton; Patricia Kelleher

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