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Several legal avenues are available to protect immigrant children who experience maltreatment. This article walks advocates through the options and empowers lawyers to help these vulnerable youth.
Infants who have a close, intimate relationship with a parent are less likely to be troubled, aggressive, or experience other emotional and behavioral problems when they reach school age, according to a University of Iowa study.
Parents with disabilites face barriers when creating and maintaining families. Some states are responding by reforming their laws.
Children who experience multiple traumas need special attention from the legal and other systems that touch their lives. A new ABA project will develop resources and tools to help practitioners respond to these children.