Reunification

Reunification refers to the return of children to their family following placement in out-of-home care.

Title Authors Year Type of Publication
The placement trajectories of youth served by child protection for sexual abuse

Esposito, Tonino
Delaye, Ashleigh
Chabot, Martin
Trocmé, Nico
Collin-Vézina, Delphine
Simpson, Megan

2017 Journal article
Risk of maltreatment recurrence after exiting substitute care: Impact of placement characteristics

Hélie, Sonia
Poirier, Marie-Andrée
Turcotte, Daniel

2014 Journal article
Family reunification for placed children in Quebec: A longitudinal study

Esposito, Tonino
Trocmé, Nico
Chabot, Martin
Collin-Vézina, Delphine
Shlonsky, Aron
Sinha, Vandna

2014 Journal article
Prevalence of mental disorders and associated variables among Ontario children who are permanent wards

Burge, Philip
Gough, Pamela

2007 Other
Do placement stability and parental visiting lead to better outcomes for children in foster care? Implications from the Australian Tracking Study

Knott, Theresa
Barber, Jim

2005 Information sheet
The Ties that Bind II: Reunification for Siblings in Out-of-home Care Using a Statistical Technique for Examining Non-independent Observations

Webster, Daniel
Shlonsky, Aron
Shaw, Terry
Brookhart, M. Alan

2005 Journal article