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In response to vast reports into baby welfare providers, this crucial publication brings jointly study into what works in carrier provision for minority ethnic households. Reviewing reports of the character and adequacy of the providers supplied, and the results for the youngsters and their households, this booklet presents much-needed suggestions for coverage and perform round problems with cultural and ethnic historical past and id, and places ahead feedback for destiny examine. he authors ponder particularly: the complicated wishes and identities of minority ethnic households who could use baby welfare providers; how households utilizing social companies view present perform; the influence of the formal baby safeguard and court docket structures on ethnic minority households; placement styles and results for kids from different minority ethnic teams who're in residential care, foster care or followed; cultural matters and 'matching' the social employee to the relations. Drawing on present govt statistical returns and the 2001 nationwide census, this wide-ranging research demanding situations dated study and perform and proposes a revisionary schedule for destiny examine and culturally delicate baby welfare perform, making it crucial studying for all baby welfare pros.

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In 26 of the centres black families were under-represented. Explanations for this under-representation related to the small numbers of black people in the local area, or reluctance of black families to take up the services. One finding was that Caribbean family members were more likely to use the services than Asian or African parents and children. The researchers reported a number of particular needs for black service users concerning health (including mental health), financial problems, housing problems (including harassment), and difficulties with child care.

Managers of 35 of the 84 centres either said that participation by ethnic minority families was representative of the community, or that black parents and children were over-represented (attributed to making services particularly relevant for these communities). In 26 of the centres black families were under-represented. Explanations for this under-representation related to the small numbers of black people in the local area, or reluctance of black families to take up the services. One finding was that Caribbean family members were more likely to use the services than Asian or African parents and children.

Others are listed under the country of origin or ethnic group of, for example, their Indian or African-Caribbean parent because they or their parent see this as an accurate description of their skin colour, nationality or ethnic group. (See, for example, Rutter and Tienda, submitted, for a fuller discussion on this point and Freeman and Hunt 1998, and Sinclair and Hai 2003 for examples from child welfare research). The changing pattern of service provision In terms of services, even in 2000 the major providers of child welfare services to children ‘in need’ were Local Authority Social Services Departments, in partnership with voluntary organisations most of whose work was funded by Social Services Departments.

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