2005
DOI: 10.1177/030857590502900303 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Disabled children wait longer than other children for permanent new families and some never achieve a family for life. Jennifer Cousins explores the barriers that make disabled children's pathway to a family so problematic. It is argued that only with this knowledge can the necessary changes be made on behalf of this vulnerable group of young people. Over several months during 2003 and 2004, BAAF's Opening Doors Disability Project ran a series of workshops across England to explore this complex subject with p… Show more

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“…In a recent review of the literature relating to disabled children and young people who are looked after, Dowling et al (2012) note that some attention has been given to the experiences of looked after children Some sources included in this review either drew attention to the lack of knowledge (Dept for Education, 2014) n to care planning and decision-making (Baker, 2011;Cousins, 2009b;Lomas & Johnson, 2012). It is noted that particular groups of disabled children may be more disadvantaged than others in this respect, including those who use augmented communication systems (Baker, 2006(Baker, , 2011 and deaf or hearing-impaired children (Lomas & Johnson, 2012 (Baker, 2006(Baker, , 2011.…”
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“…In a recent review of the literature relating to disabled children and young people who are looked after, Dowling et al (2012) note that some attention has been given to the experiences of looked after children Some sources included in this review either drew attention to the lack of knowledge (Dept for Education, 2014) n to care planning and decision-making (Baker, 2011;Cousins, 2009b;Lomas & Johnson, 2012). It is noted that particular groups of disabled children may be more disadvantaged than others in this respect, including those who use augmented communication systems (Baker, 2006(Baker, , 2011 and deaf or hearing-impaired children (Lomas & Johnson, 2012 (Baker, 2006(Baker, , 2011.…”
Section: Disabled Children and Young People S Views Of Permanencementioning
“… The introduction of broad and inclusive ideas into policy, practice and training in order to -based approach -child approaches (Brown, 2008;Cousins, 2009b;Gould, 2010).…”
Section: How Can Such Barriers Be Overcome and What Other Facilitatormentioning