2010
DOI: 10.1590/s0102-71822010000200014 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: RESUMOO acolhimento Familiar assume em Portugal uma expressão reduzida, num sistema de protecção das crianças excessivamente centrado na colocação em instituições, não obstante o discurso político mais recente, defensor da desinstitucionalização, e a evolução de outros sistemas sociais em diversos países europeus. Este artigo pretende caracterizar o modelo de acolhimento Familiar português, destacando, nomeadamente, a sua evolução histórica mais recente, os conceitos e tipologias que mobiliza, as práticas que … Show more

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“…At the same time, these motivating conditions establish clear foster family limits by making it visible that the family's provision of foster care will be re-evaluated if the provision of that childcare affects the established family balance. These results, observed during this study of foster families in Portugal, are consistent with other national and international studies, namely Schofield, Beek, Sargent, & Thoburn [8], Delgado [2], Howell-Moroney [9], and Leschied et al [10]. These authors also highlight altruistic values focusing on the child's wellbeing or the individual's sense of contributing to society, the desire to promote a good home for the child, the desire to provide an institutionalised child with a parent's love and a home, as well as the desire to help a child with special problems and help the wider community/society by providing adequate levels of protection and development opportunities for children.…”
Section: The Process Of Building the Motivation To Become A Foster Fasupporting
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“…At the same time, these motivating conditions establish clear foster family limits by making it visible that the family's provision of foster care will be re-evaluated if the provision of that childcare affects the established family balance. These results, observed during this study of foster families in Portugal, are consistent with other national and international studies, namely Schofield, Beek, Sargent, & Thoburn [8], Delgado [2], Howell-Moroney [9], and Leschied et al [10]. These authors also highlight altruistic values focusing on the child's wellbeing or the individual's sense of contributing to society, the desire to promote a good home for the child, the desire to provide an institutionalised child with a parent's love and a home, as well as the desire to help a child with special problems and help the wider community/society by providing adequate levels of protection and development opportunities for children.…”
Section: The Process Of Building the Motivation To Become A Foster Fasupporting
“…In that year, from children placed in foster care, 15.8% were in foster care for 1 year or less, 10.3% were in foster care for 2 or 3 years, and 74% were in foster care for more than 4 years [1]. According to Delgado [2], foster care, from its genesis to the present, can be characterized by four features: (i) Invisibility; (ii) Generality; (iii) Humanitarianism; and (iv) Transitoriness. The "Invisibility"…”
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“…Delgado (2006Delgado ( , 2007Delgado ( , 2008, defende a utilidade e a valia de se assegurar a manutenção do contacto entre acolhedores e a criança, após a cessação da vida conjunta, se for essa a vontade comum e se motivos de maior gravidade não a desaconselharem., especialmente no caso do acolhimento familiar prolongado. A manutenção do contacto com os acolhedores contribui para que se mobilizem os conhecimentos, os afectos e as experiên-cias que o individuo transporta consigo na mudança, ou o "capital emocional", na expressão de Sinclair et al (2004, p. 169), facilitando a sua integração no meio a que passa a pertencer.…”
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