Finding families: an ecological approach to family assessment in adoption : a Project Craft publication
Presents a model of family assessment as a shared process which takes place between adoptive applicants and adoption workers, including a description of assessment tools that translate the ecological perspective into practice.
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A Birds Eye View
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