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Diane De Panfilis

In: Neglected Children: Research, Practice, and Policy

Chapter 11: Intervening with Families When Children are Neglected

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Intervening with Families When Children are Neglected
Intervening with families when children are neglected
Diane DePanfilis

Child neglect is the most common and the least understood form of child maltreatment. The purpose of this chapter is to synthesize what we know about promising approaches to help families meet the basic needs of their children. ...

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