ERIC Number: EJ1020812
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2013
Abstractor: As Provided
Re-Imagining Language, Culture, and Family in Foster Care
Puig, Victoria I.
Early Child Development and Care, v183 n11 p1625-1645 2013
Nearly half a million children in the United States are currently being served by the foster care system. Infants and toddlers represent the largest single group entering foster care. While these very young children are at the greatest peril for physical, mental health, and developmental issues and tend to spend the longest time in the foster care system, little research has been done to explore their experiences and developmental outcomes. In the family described here, birth family members and foster family members of multiple generations partner with Early Intervention services to support a toddler living within the foster care system.
Descriptors: Foster Care, Child Development, Infants, Toddlers, Early Intervention, Child Welfare, Birth, Family Involvement, Cooperation, Case Studies, Bilingual Education, Questionnaires, Semi Structured Interviews, Preschool Children, Preschool Teachers, Early Childhood Education, Females, Disabilities, Family Relationship, English (Second Language), Second Language Learning, Spanish, Language Acquisition, Cultural Differences, Qualitative Research
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Publication Type: Journal Articles; Tests/Questionnaires; Reports - Research
Education Level: Early Childhood Education
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Identifiers - Location: New York
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