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It defines legal terms well and provides clear accounts of the principles underlying legislation. N. ALLEN (2005) Making Sense of the Children Act 1989, 4th edn, Chichester: Wiley. This is a very accessible text, explaining the law and making links to practice issues. N. WALL (2000) A Handbook for Expert Witnesses in Children Act Cases, Bristol: Jordan. A useful guide for those who have to appear in court. uk/acts. 4 dealing with uncertainty Learning outcomes This section will help you to understand: • The unavoidable element of uncertainty in child protection work.
Qxd 11/20/2006 12:31 PM Page 48 48 CHILD PROTECTION (Hammond, 1996). This way of looking at reasoning skills allows for more subtle questions to be asked about the merits of each type of reasoning at different stages of the child protection process and opens up the possibility of shifting reasoning in one direction or the other. By making reasoning in child protection work as explicit and open as possible, judgements and decisions can be tested, challenged and understood by others, not least by the families involved.
The video and accompanying handbook aim to increase professional competence and confidence in communicating with disabled children. nspcc. uk in the section entitled ‘Information resources’. • Parental responsibility: parents will continue to have parental responsibility for their children, even when their children are no longer living with them. They should be kept informed about their children and participate when decisions are made about their children’s future. ‘Parental responsibility’ is best understood in terms of the range of decisions where it is exercised: determination of the child’s religion and education, choosing the child’s name, appointing a guardian for the child, consenting to the child’s medical treatment and adoption, representing the child in legal proceedings, lawfully correcting the child, protecting and maintaining the child, and having physical possession of the child.