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By Helen Buckley

Based on a qualitative examine of kid safety practices this publication takes an in depth examine what pros truly 'do', contrasting the quite basic method illustrated in procedural suggestions with the uncertainty of the 'real international' of kid safety paintings. Having saw case discussions and baby safeguard meetings and interviewed execs fascinated about baby safeguard paintings, Helen Buckley units out to elucidate the criteria that impact determination making during this field.

Exploring the perform frameworks and sense-making thoughts hired by way of baby care pros she demonstrates the significance of the cultural, political and organisational context during which the paintings is conducted. The processing of pronounced baby safety issues is from the earliest phases of id to review, conferencing and long term tracking. furthermore, information from interviews with mom and dad who've been fascinated by baby safeguard investigations offers a extremely important point of view for professionals.

Emphasising that perform is a dynamic procedure requiring consistent mirrored image and assessment, this publication appears to be like past procedural directions to assist pros, teachers and coverage makers concerned with baby review and safety to achieve a deeper knowing in their work.

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At the same time, the social worker was conscious that Mrs A did not want her to pursue it: She was very worried about what it had led to, the fact that a social worker was actually arriving to her … she was, I’d say, very sorry that she had gone near anybody, but she was also horrified at the prospect of a social worker arriving at somebody else’s house on her say so, as she saw it, because she felt that she would find it dreadful herself if a social worker came to her. ‘CONSTRUCTING’ CHILD ABUSE / 43 The social worker obviously identified with Mrs A’s views on social work contacts.

Of the neglect referrals, six had common elements of poverty and histories of chronic neglect, and two concerned parents with a psychiatric illness; there was also substance abuse in two that was constant but did not attract particular attention. A child and family centre was involved with one case, and was asked to follow up the concern. In another case, a seven and four-year-old were found alone in their house by a non-Health Board professional who was visiting in the course of his work. He was asked by the duty social worker to deal with the incident in the course of his other work with the family.

These judgements were influenced by a combination of pessimism about the value of intervention, and ambivalence about the boundaries between poor quality care and ‘neglect’, in a context of general adversity where it was felt that an accusation of child abuse would further undermine the carers’ already stretched parenting capacities, a trend also identified by Stevenson (1998) in a later UK study. When patterns of investigation,5 are examined, this trend appears to continue. Twenty-eight (39%) of the families on whom this case study is based had been previously reported to the social workers in Ballyowen because of concerns about their children.

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