Reducing maltreatment recurrence through home visitation: A promising intervention for child welfare involved families.

@article{Lee2018ReducingMR,
  title={Reducing maltreatment recurrence through home visitation: A promising intervention for child welfare involved families.},
  author={Eunju Lee and Kristen Kirkland and Claudia Miranda-Julian and Revenda A. Greene},
  journal={Child abuse & neglect},
  year={2018},
  volume={86},
  pages={
          55-66
        }
}
Maltreatment of children is a key predictor of a range of problematic health and developmental outcomes. Not only are affected children at high risk for recurrence of maltreatment, but effective interventions with known long term impact are few and limited. While home visiting is one of the most tested secondary prevention models for improving parenting, its primary focus on young primiparous mothers underemphasizes one of the most important risk groups: child welfare involved multiparous… CONTINUE READING
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