A time to remember, not forget

Pemberton, Camilla
December 2010
Community Care;12/9/2010, Issue 1847, p16
The article focuses on the condition of children who are accompanied by social workers during Christmas in Great Britain. It states that these children comes from different situation, so the social workers must be alert to possible placement breakdowns. According to the deputy managing director of the Community Care and Education Group, Kevin Gallagher, children can feel anger, rejection and jealousy. These children may destroy toys and gifts as they feel that they are not worthy of them.


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