Session: Infants and Toddlers: Child Welfare Pathways (Society for Social Work and Research 23rd Annual Conference - Ending Gender Based, Family and Community Violence)

175 Infants and Toddlers: Child Welfare Pathways

Friday, January 18, 2019: 5:15 PM-6:45 PM
Union Square 16 Tower 3, 4th Floor (Hilton San Francisco)
Cluster: Child Welfare (CW)
Fred Wulczyn, PhD, University of Chicago
* noted as presenting author
Reentry of Infants and Toddlers after the Shortest Stays in Foster Care
Ann Turnlund - Carver, MSW, Center for Child Well-being; Qi Wu, PhD, Arizona State University
Maltreatment Prevention By Strengthening Protective Factors Using a Home Visiting Intervention Model
Tally Moses, PhD, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Yoona Kim, MPA, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Rachel Reynders, BA, University of Wisconsin-Madison
What Constitutes Risk Among Young Mothers? Examining the Determination That Very Young Children Are at Risk for Future Maltreatment during a Child Protection Investigation
Bryn King, PhD, University of Toronto; Barbara Fallon, PhD, Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work, University of Toronto; Carolyn O'Connor, MSW, University of Toronto; Ami Goulden, MA, MSW, University of Toronto
Child Abuse and Neglect Re-Report Rates for Young Children with Developmental Delays
Judith L. Perrigo, MSW, University of Southern California; Julie A. Cederbaum, PhD, University of Southern California; Michael S. Hurlburt, PhD, University of Southern California; Lauren D. Berkovits, PhD, Children's Hospital Los Angeles; Marian E. Williams, PhD, Children's Hospital Los Angeles
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