Sounding Board: Chronic and Multitype Child Maltreatment

Sounding Board: Chronic and Multitype Child Maltreatment

Dee Wilson Sounding Board: Dee Wilson and Toni Sebastian

This piece argues that due to insufficient focus on developmental trauma as injury, current child welfare systems are poorly set up to identify chronic or multi-type child maltreatment as opposed to acute maltreatment.

In this piece they present possible case management systems and child welfare responses to chronic maltreatment, and specifically age-differentiated placement decision guides for children experiencing chronic or multitype maltreatment.


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