By Hedy Cleaver
Mom and dad with a studying incapacity face a excessive possibility of wasting their kids, and present aid for them is insufficient. This publication, in response to unique examine, seems into present social care perform and the help platforms on hand to oldsters with studying disabilities, comparing their effectiveness and reading their impression at the households affected.This booklet will relief realizing of ways to successfully investigate young ones in households the place a number of mum or dad has a studying incapacity with out sidelining them within the approach. The authors current many case experiences and indicate perceived shortcomings, in addition to feedback to enhance present social care perform and advertise the welfare of youngsters in need.This will turn out to be a useful resource of data for all social staff and different execs operating with anyone who's either a guardian and has a studying incapacity.
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For example, information on attendance at services for substance misuse or anger management was not readily available. 10, Appendix II). 4 per cent of children in the comparison group. Children looked after Children in the study group were also more likely to have been looked after. 1%) in the comparison group. Moreover, children in the study group tended to remain looked after for longer. All 14 children in the study group were looked after at the point of follow-up compared with only one child in the comparison group.
In a number of cases parents with learning disabilities were uncertain or could not recall anyone talking to them about the assessment. For example, some parents reported that no one had talked to them about the assessment or, if they had, they could not remember what had been said. Someone did tell me [about the assessment] or give me something, but I can’t remember what. (Parent with learning disabilities) INVOLVING FAMILIES IN THE ASSESSMENT PROCESS / 55 However, in every case the social worker had tried to get parents to understand what was happening.
8%) knew, or were able to recall, social workers talking to them about getting information from other professionals. In all but two cases social workers assured the researcher that they had gone to considerable lengths to explain and seek parental permission prior to consulting other professionals. To involve parents with learning disabilities successfully in the assessment process was difficult and time-consuming and depended on the skills and 56 / PARENTAL LEARNING DISABILITY AND CHILDREN’S NEEDS patience of the practitioner.