The overwhelming majority of children and young people in care today are fostered, but for those who have suffered severe trauma this only increases problems and leads to fostering breakdown and multiple moves. This book outlines the principles of family placement for such children.
|The Context of Family Placement|
|Children and Their Histories|
|Fostering, Loss and Opportunity|
|Practising to Make Perfect: Introductions and the Practice Family|
|How Placements Can Succeed|
|The Story of Saccs|