Citations with the tag: CHILDREN -- Institutional care
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- The Iron Horse, Father Flanagan, and The Babe.
// Nebraska Life; Mar/Apr2007, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p87
The article presents a 1927 photograph of Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig together with the Boys Town's band.
- Orphanage debate hits home for successful alums.
Cleaver, Joanne // Crain's Chicago Business; 1/9/95, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p24
Reports on debates concerning the fate of children's homes in Chicago, Illinois. Experiences of area business people and professionals who spent part of their formative years in orphanages; Costs of residential programs; Need to resurrect residential homes.
- Something Weird Going On In That Montessori School, Neighbor Reports.
Cleaver, Joanne // Paths of Learning; Autumn2003, Issue 18, p36
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- In-home recreation therapy care: A case study of Dillon.
Cammack, Eva // Parks & Recreation; May96, Vol. 31 Issue 5, p66
Looks at the services offered by Respite Care home for children with disabilities and caretaker Eva Cammack's views on her activities there. Information on Dillon; Description of disabilities affecting him; How Eva's use of home recreational therapy enabled Dillon to make progress in his...
- The relationship between foster care and homelessness.
Roman, Nan P.; Wolfe, Phyllis B. // Public Welfare; Winter97, Vol. 55 Issue 1, p4
Examines the interrelationship between foster care and homelessness. Establishment whether or not people with a foster care history are overrepresented in the homeless population; Need for understanding the complex nature of homelessness; Characteristics of a homeless population; Factors...
- Beware the Grace of God.
Draper, R. // Texas Monthly; Jan92, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p100
Describes the controversy surrounding the disciplinary methods used on, and living conditions of, the 22 teenage boys living at the Grace of God Boys' Home in Corpus Christi, Texas. Tales of abuse; Role of Texas Department of Human Services (DHS) in case; History of Baptist home; Description of...
- What happens with children who cannot get into children's homes?
Mai, Silvia // European Education; Summer95, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p69
Reports on the necessity of keeping children in their localities and close to their families, like providing parent consultations in juvenile-care institutions. Asking whether the legal and systemic changes in juvenile care and assistance have led to policy changes in the placement of children...
- Charity for Chernobyl?
Fraser, James; Pullinger, Richard // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition); 4/27/96, Vol. 312 Issue 7038, p1107
Describes the living conditions of the children in a Belarus orphanage. Emergency repairs to be done on the orphanage; Adequate medical services for the children of the orphanage; Services for the orphanage which could be improved; Problems in the repair works and other services.
- Lanza Center opens at Children's Village.
Liyakasa, Kelly // Westchester County Business Journal; 7/12/2010, Vol. 49 Issue 28, p2
The article reports that the modern day juvenile asylum Children's Village has opened its 13.5 million U.S. dollar Lanza Activities Center in Dobbs Ferry, New York.
- An orphanage that works.
Frazier, Don // World & I; Jul95, Vol. 10 Issue 7, p38
Focuses on the kind of characteristics which an orphanage should have that would best serve the needs of orphaned and abandoned children in the United States. Successful orphanages; Verbal abuse of children in orphanages; Security; Character building; Need for follow-up studies of graduates of...
- PRIDE AND PREJUDICE.
Osborne, Heidi // Community Care; 2/6/2003, Issue 1458, p24
Presents an article which described the help received by a caregiver in adjusting to life after leaving a children's home. Views on the commitment of the leaving care team; Factors in deciding what is to happen to care leavers; Accommodation offered to young care leavers.
- Foster Care Children and Family Homelessness.
Zlotnick, Cheryl; Kronstadt, Diana; Klee, Linnea // American Journal of Public Health; Sep98, Vol. 88 Issue 9, p1368
Examines the association between family homelessness and children's placement in foster care in California. Prevalence of homelessness; Birth parents' experiences of homelessness; Likelihood of foster children to have siblings in foster care.
- Boys Town vandalized.
Malcolm, Teresa // National Catholic Reporter; 10/24/97, Vol. 34 Issue 1, p6
Reports on the investigation of a vandalism attack at the Boys Town of Central Florida. Animal Liberation Front's admission of vandalism attacks to Boys Town offices; Comments from Boys Town officials.
- A Correction.
Malcolm, Teresa // Child Welfare; Apr74, Vol. 53 Issue 4, p256
A correction to the article "Authoritarianism, Dogmatism and Coercion in Child Caring Institutions: A Study in Staff Attitudes," that was published in the January 1974 issue is presented.
Greene, Jan; Douglass, Kara // H&HN: Hospitals & Health Networks; 09/05/97, Vol. 71 Issue 17, p20
Reports on the effect of residential treatment to children with asthma. Number of children who were placed at St. Mary's Hospital for Children in Brooklyn for a median of one year of residential treatment.
- Poughkeepsie Plaza business expo benefits the Children's Home of Poughkeepsie.
Greene, Jan; Douglass, Kara // Hudson Valley Business Journal; 4/25/2011, Vol. 22 Issue 17, p12
The article announces that the Children's Home of Poughkeepsie received 1,061 dollars from the proceeds of the Business Exposition held at Poughkeepsie Plaza in April 9 and 10, 2011.
- JA's Boys Town gets well.
Pryce, Vinette K. // New York Amsterdam News; 10/4/2001, Vol. 92 Issue 40, p14
Reports on the attendance of Jamaican consul general Basil K. Bryan, long-time supporter of Boys Town, Jamaica, at a dual purpose ceremony to aide the Kingston initiative. Reaction to the inauguration of a well at the Boys Town complex; List of other attendees; Efforts in promoting the ideals...
- Foster care kids are happier without adoption.
Anderson, Matthew; Conroy, Oliver // New York Amsterdam News; 5/29/2003, Vol. 94 Issue 22, p18
New York City's campaign to push children out of foster care and into adoptive families will affect 3,500 children in the city. Two of the kids interviewed at the Jewish Child Care Association's Theater for Action, a foster-care theater program, would rather stay in foster care than be adopted....
- Angels Among Us.
Worthy, Chris // Sandlapper: The Magazine of South Carolina; Spring2002, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p36
Focuses on the volunteer guardians of the South Carolina Guardian ad Litem (GAL) Program. Responsibilities of the volunteer guardians; Discussion on the GAL program; Information on approaches adopted by the guardians in dealing with the children. INSET: Volunteer Opportunities..
- Children's Village.
Worthy, Chris // Westchester County Business Journal; 7/9/2012, Vol. 48 Issue 28, p19
The article offers information on Children's Village that support orphans in New York.
- Mother's Day luncheon is a benefit.
Worthy, Chris // New York Amsterdam News; 5/13/95, Vol. 86 Issue 19, p29
Announces a special Mother's Day luncheon on May 14, 1995 in New York City to benefit the Maxfield Park Children's Home in Kingston, Jamaica. City councilmember Una Clarke and Jamaica's Consul General Kay Baxter-Collins as luncheon hosts; Friends of Maxfield Park Children's Home Inc. as...
- A chance to profit without the net.
Kominicki, J.L. // Business Press; 6/2/95, Vol. 8 Issue 5, p30
Editorial. Discusses the plight facing Lena Pope Home and its fund-raising efforts to help the home's work with troubled children and families. Comments of director, Ellen Ray; Details on sponsorships; Other relevant information.
- Age ruling could hit councils.
Kominicki, J.L. // Community Care; 2/4/2010, Issue 1804, p4
The article reports on an age ruling that would evaluate the age of an unaccompanied asylum-seeking child in Great Britain if there is a dispute.
- Mother's Day luncheon to benefit kids home.
Browne, J. Zamgba // New York Amsterdam News; 04/26/97, Vol. 88 Issue 17, p10
Focuses on the Mother's Day luncheon which is to benefit Jamacia's oldest childern's facility, the Maxfield Park Children's Home, on May 11, 1997 at the New York Hilton Hotel in Manhattan. Who will host the event; Statements from persons in related fields.
- Haiti's children of hope.
Boyd, Herb // New York Amsterdam News; 10/14/2010, Vol. 101 Issue 42, p1
The article reports on the visit of the Haiti Support Project (HSP) delegation to various orphanages in the country, where they met children who had full of hope and dreams despite the many challenges in life they had encountered.
- FAILURE TO COMMUNICATE.
Docherty, Andy // Community Care; 11/07/2002, Issue 1447, p22
Presents an article about the importance of communicating while being cared for in child care institutions. Experiences with living in child care institutions.
- Sappers "Adopt" Children's Group.
Docherty, Andy // Jewish Woman Magazine; Spring2011, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p45
The article offers information on the close and unusual relationship between the Jerusalem Police Sappers Unit with the Children's Home, enriching children at Children's Home with an enriching experience in Israel in 2011.
- New Year's Resolutions for the children's sector.
Ennals, Paul // Children & Young People Now; 1/7/2010, p22
In this article the author reflects on New Year's resolutions of the British government for the children's sector in Great Britain.
- USB Charitable Foundation awards $8,321 to Children's Home of Poughkeepsie.
Ennals, Paul // Hudson Valley Business Journal; 9/17/2012, Vol. 1 Issue 8, p15
The article reports on the $8,321 grant awarded by the Ulster Savings Charitable Foundation (USB) to the Children�s Home of Poughkeepsie, New York for the development of a Play Therapy room.
- St Christopher's opens new children's home.
Ennals, Paul // Children & Young People Now; 3/8/2011, p32
The article reports on the plan of St. Christopher's Fellowship, a charity in Great Britain, to launch a new children's home in London, England in April 2011.
- TCV marks 50th anniversary.
Ennals, Paul // Tibetan Review: The Monthly Magazine on all Aspects of Tibet; Dec2010, Vol. 45 Issue 12, p16
The article reports on the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Tibetan Children's Village (TCV) on October 30, 2010 at Dharamsala, India.
- Fostering Health in the Foster Care Maze.
Sobel, Andrea; Healy, Cathy // Pediatric Nursing; Sep/Oct2001, Vol. 27 Issue 5, p493
Presents a study which investigated the availability of comprehensive health care services for children in foster care in the United States. Reasons children are placed in foster care; Health needs of children in foster care; Barriers to proper health care; Approaches to assuring proper care;...
- Special needs caregiver will convert house into new clinic.
Robinson, Ruthann // Crain's Cleveland Business; 8/19/2002, Vol. 23 Issue 33, p7
Reports the move of Das Deutsch Center for Special Needs Children to purchase a permanent home in Geauga County, Ohio. Amount of loan secured for the purchase; Size of the facility; Amenities available in the center.
- Children placed in long-term foster care: An intake profile using the child behavior checklist/4-18.
Armsden, Gay; Pecora, Peter J.; Payne, Vincent H.; Szatkiewicz, James P. // Journal of Emotional & Behavioral Disorders; Spring2000, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p49
Foster-care programs are beginning to use standardized assessment methods consistently as part of program and case planning, as well as for documenting the clinical status of children in care. A number of studies have now been published that describe the psychosocial functioning of children in...
- Support in place to promote well-being of children.
Petten, Cheryl // Alberta Sweetgrass; Oct2002, Vol. 9 Issue 11, p14
Focuses on the care provided to aboriginal children by the child foster care organization Sakaigun Asky Child and Family Services in Alberta. Percentage of aboriginal children at the organization; Reasons behind the need for foster parents among aborigines; Measures for home community and...
- Hope Blooms in Family Foster Care!
Petten, Cheryl // Alberta Sweetgrass; Oct2002, Vol. 9 Issue 11, p15
Reports on the search of the Catholic Social Services Foster Care Program for parents who can provide foster care to children in Edmonton, Alberta.
- Sharing The Pain.
Petten, Cheryl // Grand Rapids Business Journal; 3/3/2003, Vol. 21 Issue 9, p32
Highlights the changes suggested by Michigan State Representative Jerry Kooiman (R-Grand Rapids) for the state and legislative overhaul of some laws. Percentage of children in foster care who have an addicted parent; Reduction in the funds for an overhaul of the DeVos Performance Hall.
- Nonprofit SPOTLIGHT.
McNulty, Ian // New Orleans CityBusiness (1994 to 2008); 10/02/2000, Vol. 21 Issue 15, p25
Features the Waldon Burton Boys' Home, a nonprofit organization in New Orleans, Louisiana. Background of Waldon Burton; Views of Waldo program director Ralph Stroup on privately funded homes for dependent boys; Details on the Waldon Burton operation and number of residents. INSET: Nonprofit...
- Girls and Boys Town of New Orleans.
Pandolfi, Keith // New Orleans CityBusiness (1994 to 2008); 8/11/2003, Vol. 24 Issue 6, p15
Features the Girls and Boys Town of New Orleans non-profit organization in New Orleans, Louisiana. Location of the emergency centers of Girls and Boys Town; Types of children housed by Girls and Boys Town; Number of Girls ans Boys Town graduates serving in the Persian Gulf.
- CHILD CARE.
Berridge, David // Research Matters; Apr-Oct2003, Issue 15, p19
Examines the benefits of long-term foster care for children. Components of the psycho-social model of long-term foster care; Services offered by independent fostering agencies; Costs incurred by independent fostering agencies.
- The degradation of Josip Broz.
Aurora, Paul // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition); 11/30/96, Vol. 313 Issue 7069, p1409
Focuses on Josip Broz, an orphan child with deformities. Attention given to the child from different groups; Involvement of the press in raising money for Broz surgery; Failure of the surgery conducted for Broz; Dependence of Broz life on charitable institutions; Representation of the press on...
- SOS Children's Villages saves kids.
Zibart, Rosemary // Mothering; Nov/Dec2006, Issue 139, p26
The article offers information about the SOS Children's Villages Belarus, a nonprofit organization founded in 1949 by Austrian Hermann Gmeiner for abandoned or orphaned children.
- Secure homes doubts.
Grimwood, Roy // Community Care; 6/22/2006, Issue 1628, p24
A letter to the editor is presented in response to an article about the security of children's homes in Great Britain.
- Lack of referrals is good.
Goodman, Steve // Community Care; 6/22/2006, Issue 1628, p24
A letter to the editor is presented in response to an article about the security of children's homes in Great Britain.
- Overlooked success?
Jones, Julie // Community Care; 8/31/2006, Issue 1638, p22
A letter to the editor is presented about the General Certificate of Secondary Education results for children in care in England.
- Foster care payments exclusion limitation.
Jones, Julie // Practical Accountant; Mar99, Vol. 32 Issue 3, p14
Focuses on tax rules on payments received by institutional foster care providers in the United States.
- In trouble and in need.
Rogowski, Steve // Community Care; 12/14/2006, Issue 1653, p24
A letter to the editor about the plan of the British Home Office and Youth Justice Board to place some offenders in children's home.
- 'I used restraint to get my anger out'.
Neilson, Andrew // Community Care; 12/6/2007, Issue 1702, p12
A letter to the editor is presented about the use of restraints in children's homes.
- Arby's serves good grub to keep the wagon train rollin'.
Neilson, Andrew // Nation's Restaurant News; 06/23/97, Vol. 31 Issue 25, p195
Reports that Arby's Roast Beef Restaurants signed up as a corporate sponsor of the 1997 Boys and Girls Town of Missouri Wagon Train. Background on the event.
- Porter-Leath Children's Center: Memphis, Tennessee's First Orphanage.
LeForge, Judy Bussell // West Tennessee Historical Society Papers; 2005, Vol. 59, p37
Provides a historical background of Porter-Leath Children's Center, the first orphanage at Memphis, Tennessee. Role of the Memphis women in the establishment of the Protestant Widows' and Orphans' Asylum; Contribution of Dr. David T. Porter to the orphanage during the late 1800s; Establishment...