Exploring the needs of parents for achieving reunification: The views of foster children, birth family and social workers in Spain
Family reunification refers to the process through which children and adolescents under a measure of temporary separation (foster care or residential) return to live with their biological families. The research has begun to reflect a paradigm change in intervention and support for these families that affects the consolidation of reunification and the prevention of new processes of separation and reentry into the protection system.
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Volume (Year): 48 (2015)
Issue (Month): C ()
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