Looking After Children references

Published information relevant to Looking After Children in Victoria can be found in the following references:

  1. Champion, R., & Burke, G.(2006). Implementing Looking After Children as a collaborative practice and policy framework in Victoria, Australia. In R.J., Flynn, R.J., P.M. & Dudding,P.M., & J.G.Barber, J.G.(Eds), Promoting resilience in child welfare. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press:Ottawa.
  2. Champion, R., & Wise,S.(2009). Developing outcomes-based data from Looking After Children case records completed for children in care in Victoria, Australia. Vulnerable Children and Youth Studies, 4(2),107-113.
  3. Child Welfare League of Canada (2002). Canadian Looking After Children (CanLAC). Canada's Children, Spring Issue, pp.39-40.
  4. Department of Health.(1995). Looking After Children: Assessment and Action Records, Essential Information Records, Care Plans, Placement Plan and Review Forms. London: HMSO.
  5. Jones,H., Clark, R., Kufeldt,K., and Norrman.N.(1998). Looking After Children. Assessing Outcomes in Child Care. The Experience of Implementation. Children & Society. 12(3),212-222.
  6. Kufeldt, K., Cheers,D., Klein,R., and Rideout,S. (2007). Looking After Children in Government Care in Australia and Canada. Final Report. Unpublished report: University of New Brunswick, Barbados, Memorial University, and Muriel McQueen Fergusson Family Violence Research Centre.
  7. Parker,R., Ward, H., Jackson, S., Aldgate, J., & Wedge,P. (1991). Looking After Children: Assessing outcomes in child care, London: HMSO.
  8. Ward,H., & Skuse,T. (2002). Transforming data into management information: 1996-2001. Loughborough: Centre for Child and Family Research, Loughborough.
  9. Wise, S. (2002). An evaluation of a trial of 'Looking After Children' in the state of Victoria, Australia. Children & Society, 16, 1-15.
  10. Wise, S., & Egger, S. (2008). Looking After Children Outcomes Data Project prepared for Department of Human Services. Australian Institute of Family Studies (download from the website).
  11. Wise, S., and Champion, R. (2011). Using Looking After Children Data to Link Research to Policy and Practice in Out of Home Care in Kufeldt, K., & McKenzie, B., (Eds) Child Welfare: Connecting Research Policy and Practice (2nd Edition), Wilfid Laurier University Press, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.
  12. Wise, S., & Argus, C. (2010). The Looking After Children Assessment and Action Record Redevelopment Project Final Report, prepared for Department of Human Services by Anglicare Victoria (download from the website).
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