By Elizabeth Fernandez
Reunification is a prime objective of foster care structures and the commonest permanency making plans selection. it really is outlined because the go back of kids positioned in protecting care to the house in their beginning relations and used to explain the act of restoring a baby in out-of-home care again to the organic kin. but reunification decision-making and the method of reintegrating young children into beginning households is still below researched. This short takes a glance at relatives reunification wisdom and study in Australia the place there's proof that almost all childrens put in protecting care are ultimately reunited with their delivery mom and dad. It explores how a data of reunification choice making and results can give a contribution to strengthening perform and informing coverage formula and application making plans in baby Welfare.
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3 Sexual Abuse The identification of sexual abuse in this study was low, and was the least prevalent form of concern, reported as a reason for care. Sexual abuse was known at the time of referral in only two cases. In one instance the parents had reported their child’s sexualised behaviour towards his sisters and were seeking help, and in another the child had experienced severe sexual abuse perpetrated by her birth father, who was no longer living in the family. In a further two cases sexual abuse was only disclosed (by the mother and the affected child) after referral.
A caseworker explained how the brutal abuse of a three year old by her mother’s partner precipitated immediate placement: The physical abuse is what pretty much got the child in straight away… The child was picked up by the police. The child was in a stolen vehicle with the mother’s partner, who is not the father of the child. The police pulled the car over and noticed black marks on the child, so the child was taken into the police’s care and then assessed at the child protection unit. (Cooper Family, Caseworker) Caseworkers gave accounts of extreme abuse, burns, scalding, whippings and violent hitting, though these incidents were confined to a minority of families.