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Understanding Serious Case Reviews and their Impact A Biennial Analysis of Serious Case Reviews 2005-07 Marian Brandon1, Sue Bailey1, Pippa Belderson1, Ruth Gardner1, Peter Sidebotham2, Jane Dodsworth1,
I Impact of Alcohol Consumption on Young People A Systematic Review of Published Reviews Dorothy Newbury-Birch, Janet Walker, Leah Avery, Fiona Beyer,
Hidden Harm: Addictions in the Family ‘I didn’t see how my drug use could be affecting my child. I couldn’t admit it. Now I can see it must have affected her
2 Child Developmental Needs Family and Environmental Fact Substance Misuse -Domains of the Assessment Framework Page 3 Parental Capacity Page 4
Key messages from research The main impact of parental substance misuse (PSM) on child development can be summarised as follows: In utero exposure to
Take your action for children. www.actionforchildren.org.uk impact, causes and responses to child neglect in the UK the issue: Neglecting
Updated November 2015 (Jayne Grice, HoS) 4 See also Community Care Inform’s guides to: Alcohol and drug use in pregnancy; Prenatal neglect and the Impact of parental substance misuse on child development.
Page 1 of 15 Assessing parenting capacity An NSPCC factsheet February 2014 Aimed at practitioners, this factsheet describes the process of assessing parenting capacity.
WHO Global Status Report on Alcohol 2004 61 to lost wages, and, sometimes, resulting in the premature death of sole wage earners in a household (Bonu et al., 2004).
Children of Parents With Substance Use Disorders An estimated 12 percent of children in this country live with a parent who is dependent on or abuses alcohol
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