• June 2010
  • Vol. 11, No. 5

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Placement Stability From a Variety of Perspectives

CW360°, a journal that focuses each issue on a single topic, covering it from a variety of perspectives, tackles "placement stability" in its spring issue. The issue provides an overview of the research on placement stability, looks at current child welfare practice aimed at achieving stability, and then presents the unique perspectives of different individuals who have the power to affect or are affected by placement stability.

The 28 short articles include the perspectives of professionals, families, and youth. Some of the topics address placement stability with regard to therapeutic foster care, parent training, home studies, inclusive practice, Native American children, and youth with disabilities. The articles are accompanied by quotations from children and youth in foster care, commenting on their experiences and their thoughts about placement stability, what makes certain placements work, and when it is in the best interests of a child to move to a new placement.

CW360° is published by the University of Minnesota's Center for Advanced Studies in Child Welfare, and the full issue is available online:

www.cehd.umn.edu/ssw/CASCW/attributes/PDF/publications/CW360_2010.pdf  (9.49 MB)

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