Recognizing signs of undiagnosed or misdiagnosed disabilities can make a difference for your child clients. Learn what to look for and how to get appropriate testing and supports in place.
How do you make higher education a reality for more youth in foster care? Several laws, policies, model programs, and resources are removing barriers to higher education for foster youth.
Researchers followed nearly 800 Baltimore school children for a quarter of a century and discovered that their fates were substantially determined by the family they were born into.
Some interrogation techniques commonly used by police departments throughout the United States to obtain confessions from adult suspects may be inappropriate for use on juveniles, according to an ongoing University of Virginia psychology study.
How severely children are abused, rather than how frequently, appears to predict which children will suffer serious mental health outcomes, according to the first study from one of the most in-depth analyses of the mental health of foster children.
Advertising legal services on social media? Check this California ethics opinion's guidance.