Short-term follow-up of children at risk: comparison of the quality of life of children removed from home and children remaining at home.

@article{DavidsonArad2003ShorttermFO,
  title={Short-term follow-up of children at risk: comparison of the quality of life of children removed from home and children remaining at home.},
  author={Bilha Davidson-Arad and Dorit Englechin-Segal and Yochanan Wozner},
  journal={Child abuse & neglect},
  year={2003},
  volume={27 7},
  pages={733-50}
}
OBJECTIVE To follow up the well-being of children at risk after a decision on their removal was made. METHOD Social workers assessed the quality of life (QOL) of three groups of children (n = 92): children they had decided to keep at home, children whom they had removed to alternative care, and children who remained at home despite the decision to remove them. This is a prospective study, in which assessments were made at two points of time: first when the workers began to consider whether or… CONTINUE READING

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