Researchers at City University London have found that children who live in social care homes have a better quality of life than those who live with foster care.
York University researchers have conducted a study on the impact of earlier intervention in the lives of children, and found that it would lead to a 50% reduction in their chances of being excluded from school.
The research, which was conducted by Professor Rachel Cooper, analysed data from 15 long-term studies on early intervention published between 1991 and 2013. The findings revealed that the number of exclusions for children aged up to 12 years had been reduced overall by as much as 50%.
The University of York is one of the few universities in the UK that has a social work degree course. Their research findings were published in an article, which was an improvement in terms of children’s quality of life.
There are significant changes to how social services are being run, and their way of thinking about their role. It’s important to note that this can be especially beneficial for children who have experienced trauma or neglect, as their needs are more likely to be met better.
A London-based university and a York-based university in the U.K. have found new evidence on how children’s social services could be improved.
The research, published in two peer-reviewed journals, looked at how child public health and social care practice can lead to positive outcomes for children. This includes quality outcomes such as better mental health, physical health, education, and increased life opportunities for them.
The researchers found that shifting public attitudes towards child welfare is important for improving the state of children’s welfare. They also found that knowledge about how to improve children’s wellbeing can lead to more funding for social care services and enhanced policy guidance on the best ways to help children grow up healthy and well-educated members of society.
Children and healthcare
The British government has come under increasing pressure to change its approach to children and social care in response to a report from the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health. As a result, children have been increasing victims of neglectful parents who are reluctant or unable to help them manage their disabilities.
The study was commissioned by the Department for Education and found that children with significant developmental issues were being neglected up to age four while their younger siblings were able to be cared for by their parents. It was also found that children in poorer families were at an increased risk of neglect and this was because they were more likely not be given enough time and attention due to higher rates of unemployment and poverty.
The study also revealed that there was a lack of evidence-based practice in schools making it difficult for teachers,
The focus of this study is to explore the use of technology in pediatric health care, with particular attention to mobile phones and apps.
With the increasing use of mobile phones and apps, more children are now having access to mobile technologies. This research paper discussed why it is important for health care providers to understand how children understand these tools, their potential benefits and risks.
This paper aimed to explore the evidence on using technology in public health and social care practice for children. This paper found that there was still uncertainty about the role of digital technologies for helping clinicians make decisions on child-specific interventions.
A UK professor has gathered research evidence from Canada and Europe to examine the best practices in caring for children.
The professor revealed that the number of healthcare professionals working with children has increased significantly, but at the same time there is a large shortage of family doctors in the UK. The professor argues that this is because society has come to expect certain services from specialists through advertising and higher doctor salaries.
Children’s healthcare needs are changing – more children are diagnosed with mental health issues and obesity, and they need care outside of healthcare settings such as schools and family homes. This means that parents and carers will need to take on an increasing role in their child’s health themselves.