families & communities

This section contains material on socioeconomic and other family and community factors related to children and families involved with child welfare services.

Title Authors Year of Publication
Information Sheet
Mobilizing Knowledge on Developmental Trauma for Adopted Children and Families in Ontario: Key Informant Perspectives IV

Alman, Isayah 
Giokas, Danielle 
Filippelli, Joanne 
Fallon, Barbara

Information Sheet
Organization-Level Responses to Developmental Trauma for Adopted Children and Families in Ontario: Key Informant Perspectives III

Alman, Isayah 
Giokas, Danielle 
Filippelli, Joanne 
Fallon, Barbara

Information Sheet
Service-Level Responses to Developmental Trauma for Adopted Children and Families in Ontario: Key Informant Perspectives II

Alman, Isayah 
Giokas, Danielle 
Filippelli, Joanne 
Fallon, Barbara

Information Sheet
The Impact of COVID-19 on Developmental Trauma for Adopted Children and Families in Ontario: Key Informant Perspectives I

Alman, Isayah
Giokas, Danielle
Filippelli, Joanne
Fallon, Barbara 

Video
A conversation about equity with Dr. Cindy Blackstock and Dr. Barbara Fallon (Video)

Blackstock, Cindy
Fallon, Barbara

Information Sheet
Legal Age for Leaving Children Unsupervised Across Canada

Ruiz-Casares, Mónica
Kilinc, Deniz

Information Sheet
Household Composition in Child Maltreatment-Related Investigations in Ontario in 2018

Joh-Carnella, Nicolette
Lefebvre, Rachael
Fallon, Barbara

Information Sheet
Child Welfare and Pandemics Information Sheet

Sistovaris, Marina
Fallon, Barbara
Miller, Steven
Birken, Catherine
Denburg, Avram
Jenkins, Jennifer
Mishna, Faye
Sokolowski, Marla
Stewart, Suzanne

Report
Child Welfare and Pandemics Literature Scan

Sistovaris, Marina
Fallon, Barbara
Miller, Steven
Birken, Catherine
Denburg, Avram
Jenkins, Jennifer
Mishna, Faye
Sokolowski, Marla
Stewart, Suzanne

Report
Transforming Child Welfare in Manitoba: Reform. Renew. Results.

Government of Manitoba