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Vol 23

February 2005 23(12)

  1. Meeting the Education Needs of Young Children in Foster Care
  2. Judicial Decisions in Abuse and Neglect Cases
  3. New Study Looks at Educational Experiences of Foster Children

 

January 2005 23(11)

  1. Ethical Issues in Litigation
  2. Psychological Assessments in Court: Getting Down to Basics
  3. For Foster Children, Unstable Placements Have Higher Healthcare Costs
  4. New Study Finds High Success Rate for Adoptions from Foster Care
  5. Strategies for Meeting Children and Families' Mental Health Needs

 

December 2004 23(10)

  1. Achieving Permanency for Pregnant and Parenting Teens in Foster Care
  2. Take Me Higher: Helping Foster Youth Pursue Higher Education
  3. Research in Brief

 

November 2004 23(9)

  1. Interacting with Other Parties
  2. New Strategies for Effective Child Abuse Prosecutions After Crawford
  3. New ABA Policies Affecting Children
  4. Studies Show Benefits of Therapeutic Foster Care

 

October 2004 23(8)

  1. Interacting with Other Parties
  2. New Strategies for Effective Child Abuse Prosecutions After Crawford
  3. New ABA Policies Affecting Children
  4. Studies Show Benefits of Therapeutic Foster Care

 

September 2004 23(7)

  1. Child Advocacy Strategies in Hard Times
  2. Nicholson Revisited: New York Lawyers Seek Protections for Battered Mothers and Children
  3. Are States Complying with Child and Family Services Reviews

August 2004 23(6)

  1. The Delinquency Factor in Permanency Planning for Adolescents
  2. Openness in Civil Dependency Proceedings
  3. Pew Commission Urges Child Welfare Reforms
  4. Are CASA Volunteers Effective?

 

July 2004 23(5)

  1. Navigating the Special Education Process
  2. Q&A: Foster Parents as the Education Decision Maker
  3. Psychological Tests and Assessments: A Quick Reference

 

June 2004 23(4)

  1. Handling Conflicts of Interest in Child Welfare Cases
  2. Parental Liability in Delinquency Cases: Tips for Advocates
  3. Tool Aims to Gauge Nature of Parents' Drug Relapse

 

May 2004 23(3)

  1. Opening the Door to Early Intervention for Abused and Neglected Children: A New CAPTA Requirement
  2. Evaluating Representation in Child Welfare Cases
  3. Tips for Talking with Adolescents
  4. HHS Releases New Child Abuse and Neglect Statistics
  5. Seven Tips for Improving the Child Welfare System

 

April 2004 23(2)

  1. Creative Ways to Meet Education Needs of Children in Foster Care
  2. What is Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy?

 

March 2004 23(1)

  1. Representing a Client with Diminished Capacity
  2. Prohibiting Homosexuals from Adopting is Constitutional
  3. Mandated Reporters Do Not Owe Duty of Care to Unknown Victims
  4. Special Immigrant Juvenile Status for Children in Legal Guardianships
  5. ABA Policy: New Child and Family Policies