Assessing Children at Risk is an accessible and practical guide for social workers involved in assessments of families where child abuse has occurred or is suspected. It provides a detailed account of each stage of the assessment process and case examples which demonstrate the practical application of the methods expounded. The book examines theories for the interpretation of the information collected and the criteria for decision-making and action. Issues of anti-discriminatory practice are addressed as central components of the work.
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