Malnutrition and food-related problems are a concern for many children in the child welfare system. Healthy diets and nutrition and physical activity can promote positive physical and mental development.
Implementing the education provisions of the Fostering Connections to Success and Increasing Adoptions Act of 2008 requires that education and child welfare agencies work together. Read on for guidance on successful collaborations.By Howard A. Davidson
New ABA policies adopted at the American Bar Association’s August 2011 annual meeting address three timely issues of interest to children’s advocates: child trafficking, immigration enforcement, and time standards for dependency and termination of parental rights cases.