Wigfall, Valerie and Monck, Elizabeth and Reynolds, Jill
Putting Programme into Practice: The Introduction of Concurrent Planning into Mainstream Adoption and Fostering Services.
British Journal of Social Work, 36.
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||a. Permanent placement of young children using concurrent planning b. Theories about early permanent placement of young children and the importance of reducing of drift and delay in the care system for future child outcomes, interview based study. c. The paper looks beyond the successful outcomes of the pilot concurrent planning projects to focus on the local authority context, exploring some of the difficulties encountered, and explaining why concurrent planning appeared slow to take off. d. e. Based on 18 in depth interviews, conducted during the early stages of setting up the concurrent planning programme, with social workers at different levels of responsibility. Views of both field social workers and senior managers were compared, together with those of related professionals. f. Peer reviewed for journal g. Lead author
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