6 edition of Reaching High-Risk Families found in the catalog.
December 31, 1990 by Aldine Transaction .
Written in English
|Contributions||Charlotte Booth (Editor), Elizabeth Tracy (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||206|
Performing a family assessment is vital, especially when working with high risk individuals and groups. High risk families can be defined as those families with a higher than expected risk for developing a particular disease or injury in association to their lifestyle, environment, habits, or socio-economic conditions. The benefits to children whose parents are involved in the educational process are well-known: substantial research links family involvement to both academic and social success of children at school. Of all youth, at-risk children, whose numbers are increasing, have the most to gain from parent involvement. Consequently, schools need to find ways to reach at-risk families. Every Fifteen Minutes by Lisa Scottoline is a St. Martin's Press publication. While I have read enough of this authors work to know better, I trusted her and fell right into every trap, followed every red herring and wound up totally gobsmacked!!/5. Encouraging Parents to Read to Children Is Focus of New Alliance focusing on those in low-income families. who she said tended to be from high-risk populations.
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Get this from a library. Reaching high-risk families: intensive family preservation in human services. [James K Whittaker;] -- The Homebuilders program, the subject of this volume, begun in in Tacoma, Washington, has been successfully replicated in a number of other states.
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Implications for family-centered curricula in areas such as policy, direct practice, program management, and practice research. A new book, Reaching High-Risk Families: Intensive Family Preservation in Human Services, focuses on the Homebuilders model, which is an intensive, in-home intervention that provides families with More; Evaluation of Boys Town In-Home Family Services With Families Referred by Child Welfare.
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High-risk urban families participating in Reach Out and Read read more frequently to their children. Children exposed to Reach Out and Read had higher receptive language scores (mean: vs.
) and expressive language scores (mean: vs. Resources for High-Risk Families While most pregnancies progress without difficulty and result in the birth of a healthy newborn, this is not always the case.
Each year, many pregnancies are complicated by problems such as premature labor, vaginal bleeding, and other medical complications in either the mother or by: 1.
Last year, the ‘massive expansion’ of the troubled families programme was announced to include ,00 high-risk families. Regular readers of the blog may remember that I issued an FOI request asking for information on the criteria and methodology used for identifying the new group of families. I blogged about the response I got here, arguing that it was.
Pursuant to 20 USCS § ii (b), [Title Education; Chapter Higher Education Resources And Student Assistance; Student Assistance; Federal Perkins Loans] the term high-risk children means “individuals under the age of 21 who are low-income or at risk of abuse or neglect, have been abused or neglected, have serious emotional, mental, or behavioral disturbances, reside.
The Challenges of Reaching High-Risk Parents with Evidence-Based Programs. Despite the effectiveness of evidence-based parenting programs, relatively few parents access them (Sanders, Bor, & Morawska, ; Turner & Sanders, ).In fact, families in which maltreatment occurs are less likely to participate in community parenting programs and are Cited by: Book Review: Reaching High-Risk Families: Intensive Family Preservation in Human Services.
Ken Borelli. Ken Borelli. Department of Family and Children's Services Santa Clara County San Jose, California See all articles by this author.
Search Google Scholar for this author. The authors of Putting Families First acknowledge this in the conclusion of the book: Poverty, racism, inadequate housing, drug abuse, poor education, commu- nity violence, and poor prospects for achieving personal goals form a con- stellation of interrelated social conditions that severely limit the impact of any reforms in the child welfare Cited by: 8.
This article series is designed to introduce you to the concept of real risk management—an approach that goes way beyond a safety program to encompass the 10 Families of Risk and to demonstrate how better understanding these risk families can help you anticipate and mitigate the risks in your own organization.
IS YOUR CHILD AT HIGH RISK. Who are these children without a conscience. They are children who cannot trust, children who cannot love, children who will not be loved.
They grow up to be charmers, con artists, amoral entrepreneurs, thieves, drug users, pathological liars, and worst of all: psychopathic killers and they are often the product of even the best 5/5(1).
Reaching Kids at Risk With Kindness, Compassion, and the Love of God Maximize your ministry to children at risk for social, educational, and spiritual challenges Recently a friend took a small group of preschoolers and volunteers to a local pool for a fun day.
Reaching Children At Risk with a New Look at State Data. Author: Sarah Daily and reach assessment found that children under the age of five in 37 of the state’s 67 counties were at moderate to high risk for school failure. Yet Pennsylvania can also report that over one third of all children under the age of five have access to a quality.
This content was COPIED from - View the original, and get the already-completed solution here. Need to obtain an article or articles on common health problems (morbidity) and mortality data for a specific high-risk family**(Alcohol Abuse is the high-risk group that I chose) type.
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Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / The initial evaluation suggests this is a promising approach to reaching high-risk women, particularly the working poor without. with law enforcement agencies—is acutely jeopardized. And when danger comes to characterize most of the settings in a young person's life—a decaying school, a dangerous neighborhood, and a broken family, for example—that youth is, quite evidently, at high risk of failing to become a healthy, competent adult.
Childhood offenders are at an increased risk for developing mental health, social and educational problems later in life. An early onset of offending is a strong predictor for future persistent offending.
Childhood offenders from ethnic minority groups are a vulnerable at-risk group. However, up until now, no studies have focused on them. To investigate which risk Cited by: chapter "Reaching and Retaining High Risk Youth and Their Parents in Prevention Programs," by Hank Resnik and Marba Wojcicki, emphasizes new methods for reaching high-risk youth and involving them and their families in prevention programs.
One such strategy is to empower communities through organization and good planning to address the. High-Risk Family Assessment and Health Promotion Paper High-Risk Family Assessment and Health Promotion Paper Corey Hollmann University of Phoenix NUR/ 6/30/ Danielle Patrick High-Risk Family Assessment and Health Promotion-Suicidal Ideation Suicide and ideation to commit this final act, is a grave public health concern that is multifaceted and.
Reaching Out to Youth in High-risk Environments Life skills programs can play a valuable role in addressing the needs of young people growing up in high-risk environments — increasing their resilience to negative influences in their lives and their ability to contribute to their Size: KB.
“The Ten Families of Risk” Thank you so much for inviting me to Minnesota to speak to you regarding our chosen profession, law enforcement operations. I welcome this brief opportunity to give you my take on what you do so that you can better. The Iowa Youth and Families Project was developed from an initial sample of 7th graders from two-parent families in rural Iowa.
The study was merged with the Iowa Single Parent Project (ISPP) to form the Iowa Family Transitions Project inwhen the target youth were seniors in high school. Social class and social inequality affect families in similar and disparate ways.
To date, more family scholarship has focused on poor families and the problems they face than on the social realities of families in other social classes.
What makes this book unique is that it provides a comprehensive look at families across social classes in the United States. The Strengthening Families Program: For Parents and Youth (SFP ) is delivered in seven parent, youth, and family sessions using narrated videos portraying typical youth and parent situations with diverse families.
The program is taught with families over seven weeks, usually in the evenings. It is recommended that the group size. Baby Love: Reaching Out to At-Risk Mothers, Infants and Families.
Case for Action: • The city of Rochester has one of the highest poverty rates in the country • Several of Rochester’s neighborhoods are among those with the highest infant mortality and low birth weight rates in all of New York State.
Description: •. Start studying HUS Final - Study Set. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.Alcoholism is a problem of national concern.
Interventions to combat the disease have mobilized families, communities, schools, businesses, and governmental agencies (Bartek, Lindeman, & Hawks, ). Alcoholism is a widely recognized disease with complex problems that not only affect an individual.Parenting Skills for High-Risk Families.
Issue When families are torn by fighting, abuse, alcohol or drug addictions, with parents too young or too tired to take care of children, they need help. The Family & Community Connection, sponsored through the Arizona Cooperative Extension, trains paraprofessionals to teach parenting to high-risk.