For a long time, there has been no methodology that is supported by evidence that places children who encounter various risks and desires in the most effective modality-the out-of-home care when the risk issue cannot be addressed adequately. Owing to this, other elements rather than clinical desires of the child and the incorporation of the child’s family are in actual use. This increases the risks of unplanned placement of children in out-of-home care and leads to poor placement outcomes. However, clear and definite insights into risks and desires by the children during referral time can significantly aid in the reduction of difficult results of placements. The study examines the similarities and distinctions in the history of the children, their families especially children with the age of going to schools during admission times (12).
The cross-sectional method was incorporated, and data brought together by use of standardised questionnaires which were duly filled by the care individuals in the out-of-home care institutions. Apart from this, case file data was also developed for application to enhance the validity of the information. The outcomes obtained indicated distinctions in caregivers, assistant caregivers and behavioural experts thus reflecting into different guidelines to enhance positive results.
Various contexts of home cares have different needs to cater to their needs. Further study is therefore required to relate outlined particular traits at admission to the enhancements of the modalities of care for children (23). This study will result in the advancement of risk to need the plan to enhance the procedures of making decisions concerning the out-of-home placement of various children who are encountered with risks and severe needs.
Leloux-Opmeer, H., Kuiper, C., Swaab, H., & Scholte, E. (2016). Characteristics of children in foster care, family-style group care, and residential care: a scoping review. Journal of child and family studies, 25(8), 2357-2371.