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By Ron Haskins, Fred Wulczyn, Mary Bruce Webb

The nationwide Survey of kid and Adolescent health and wellbeing (NSCAW) is the 1st nationally consultant examine of youngsters who've been stated to experts as suspected sufferers of abuse or forget and the general public courses that guard them. this can be the 1st booklet that studies the result of NSCAW, translates the findings, and places them right into a broader coverage context.

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Project-developed questions Disruption in living environment 4 All All 5/8/07 Furstenburg (1990)6 ... Group home classifica- Project-developed questions tion and composition ... Project-developed verification questions to drive instrument wording and flow Project-developed questions Family composition and demographics ... qxd Page 25 Adapted from Duke Functional Social Support Scale and Sarason Social Support Questionnaire-3 Short-Form Health Survey (SF-12) Social support and other family resources, including assistance with child-rearing Physical health Child Behavior Checklist Behavior problems Project-developed questions Behavior Problem Index, with addition of items from Social Skills Rating System—Social Skills Scale Behavior problems Project-developed questions How My Infant/Toddler/Child Usually Acts from National Longitudinal Survey of Youth Emotional regulation and temperament 2 1, 3, 4 Baker and others (1993)30 Achenbach (1991)19 Ware, Kosinski, and Keller (1998)16 Sarason and others (1983)14; Sarason and others (1987)15 ...

Discussion At the time of their entering into child welfare services, 47 percent of maltreated children younger than three years of age had developmental delays, making them likely to be eligible for Part C early intervention. 13 However, these results are probably an underestimate of the true rate of delay in this sample because two of the five developmental domains, motor and social-emotional functioning, used to determine eligibility for Part C services could not be assessed for our sample using the data in NSCAW.

Richard W. Woodcock, Kevin S. McGrew, and Judy K. : Riverside Publishing, 1994). 6. Frank Furstenburg, Philadelphia Family Management Study, Parent Interview Schedule (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Population Studies Center, and Boulder: University of Colorado, Institute of Behavioral Science, 1990). 7. Christine A. S. Department of Education, 1996). 8. Steven R. Asher, Shelley Hymel, and Peter D. Renshaw, “Loneliness in Children,” Child Development 55, no. 4 (1984): 1456–464. (continued) ...

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