HUS3605 Child Welfare and Family Services

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HUS3605 Child Welfare and Family Services
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Professor(s)
Department
Human Services
Course Code
HUS 3605
Semester / Year
Spring 2018
Course Description

Concepts, policies, practice principles and issues in the broad field of child welfare and family services. The major human services policies and programs designed for children and families at risk will be examined. A broad eclectic practical framework bringing about positive changes in children, adolescents and families will be presented and examined.

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Session on Violence and Addiction: Impact on Children

Violence and Addition: Impact on Children In this world many people like to treat bad there childrens but what most of them do not remember is that acting like that with a children, always will have a consequences in the future. Most of […] See MoreSession on Violence and Addiction: Impact on Children

Session 6 Foster care

Claudia Felder was 3 years old entering foster care at that age being that she didn’t have a family to look up to or to wqtch oiver she was lost. while4 growing up she been in and out of foster care which was hard for her because all s […] See MoreSession 6 Foster care

session5: Strained Foster Care System A 'Meter Of Our Social Problems

Claudia Felder was 3 years old entering foster care at that age being that she didn't have a family to look up to or to wqtch oiver she was lost. while4 growing up she been in and out of foster care which was hard for her because all she […] See Moresession5: Strained Foster Care System A 'Meter Of Our Social Problems

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Guidelines for Paper

HUS 3605 Child Welfare and Family Services TERM PAPER – ASSESSMENT AND CASE PLANNING SUMMARY Due Date: Session 12 Choose a young adult (ages 19-21) and discuss the following aspects countered as a Child and growing u […] See MoreGuidelines for Paper

Guidelines for Group Presentation

1. Case A The J Family James (age 3), Jacob (age 4) and Janice (age 6) have been in foster care for most of their lives. Their parents Joseph (age 35) and Joyce (age 34) were separated three years ago when Joshua was born. Since […] See MoreGuidelines for Group Presentation