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
Journal article
Psychometrics In Parenting Capacity Assessments – A Problem For First Nations Parents

Choate, Peter W.
McKenzie, Amber

Report
Wrapping our Ways Around Them: Aboriginal Communities and the Child, Family and Community Service Act (CFCSA) Guidebook

Walkem, Ardith

Report
Brief Report on Income and Employment: Based on the Link Program Evaluation Study
Hubberstey, Carol
Rutman, Deborah
Hume, Sharon
Information Sheet
Maltreatment-related investigations involving children and youth with disabilities in Canada in 2008

Bogossian, Aline
MacCulloch, Radha
Trocmé, Nico

Journal article
The "Good Enough" Parent: Implications for Child Protection

Choate, Peter W.
Engstrom, Sandra

Report
The Other Side of the Door: A Practice Guide for Child Welfare Professionals working with First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples

Ontario Association of Children's Aid Societies (OACAS)

Journal article
The stability of child protection placements in Quebec, Canada

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

Information Sheet
Child and family poverty in Canada: Implications for child welfare research

de Boer, Kaila
Rothwell, David W.
Lee, Christopher

Report
CYDL Data Byte 17: Least and Most Advantaged Albertan Youth

Child and Youth Data Laboratory

Report
CYDL Data Byte 1: Socio-economic Status of Albertan Youth

Child and Youth Data Laboratory