A public health approach to enhancing safe and supportive family environments for children
Higgins, Daryl J.. (2015). A public health approach to enhancing safe and supportive family environments for children. Family Matters. 96, pp. 39 - 52.
|Authors||Higgins, Daryl J.|
Families are the mainstay of safety and support for children's positive development (Bowes, Watson, and Pearson, 2009). Although families can be the source of harm (e.g., from child abuse, neglect or exposure to domestic violence), they can also be the most important source of protection from harm for children when they provide a sense of security, foster self-esteem and respond appropriately to children's needs.
|Journal citation||96, pp. 39 - 52|
|Publisher||Australian Institute of Family Studies, Australian Government|
|Web address (URL)||https://aifs.gov.au/publications/family-matters/issue-96/public-health-approach-enhancing-safe-and-supportive-family-environments-children|
|Page range||39 - 52|
|Research Group||Institute of Child Protection Studies|
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|Place of publication||Australia|
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