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No Home-alone?: The Accommodation Needs of Vulnerable Young People Aged 16-17 and the Social Work Response to Their Risk of Homelessness (SCA (Education) University of Warwick Monograph) ePub download

by Elizabeth Findlay

  • Author: Elizabeth Findlay
  • ISBN: 0901244872
  • ISBN13: 978-0901244871
  • ePub: 1676 kb | FB2: 1302 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Politics & Government
  • Publisher: SCA (Education) (July 2005)
  • Pages: 49
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 668
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No Home-alone?: The Accommodation Needs of Vulnerable Young People Aged 16-17 and the Social Work Response to Their Risk of Homelessness (SCA (Education)  University of Warwick Monograph) ePub download

The Accommodation Needs of Vulnerable Young People Aged 16-17 and the Social Work Response to Their Risk of Homelessness. By (author) Elizabeth Findlay.

The Accommodation Needs of Vulnerable Young People Aged 16-17 and the Social Work Response to Their Risk of Homelessness.

Too many of the most vulnerable young people are "cut adrift when they need . Town Hall bosses said 40% cuts to their budgets meant providing care leavers with adequate support was "becoming an increasing.

Too many of the most vulnerable young people are "cut adrift when they need help the most", says the head of a powerful committee of MP. The committee found outcomes for the 10,000 young people aged 16 or over who leave care each year are "poor and worsening". Its report says the quality and cost of support to care leavers "varies unacceptably" between local authorities. Town Hall bosses said 40% cuts to their budgets meant providing care leavers with adequate support was "becoming an increasing challenge" which councils could not handle alone.

In England, local authorities have duties to homeless people under Part VII of the Housing Act 1996 as amended by the Homelessness Act 2002. If an applicant only meets the first three of these tests Councils still have a duty to provide interim accommodation.

Relationship breakdown, usually between young people and their parents or step-parents, is a major cause of youth homelessness. Around six in ten young people who come to Centrepoint say they had to leave home because of arguments, relationship breakdown or being told to leave. Many have experienced long-term problems at home, often involving violence, leaving them without the family support networks that most of us take for granted. Getty Images/iStockphoto). Young people who come to Centrepoint face a range of different and complex problems.

Home education is becoming more and more popular. However, some people say it has a number of disadvantages. Most parents send their sons and daughters to school, but some of them choose home education for their children for some reason or other. Instead of going to school children are educated by their parents or professional tutors. Thousands of families in the UK are now practising home-education. Personally, I think that home schooling is an excellent alternative to traditional education. To my mind, it has a lot of advantages.

Nowadays a lot of young people decide to choose their university in or. .They need to take into consideration their parents’ opinion, which quite often is different to theirs.

Nowadays a lot of young people decide to choose their university in or close to their hometown to stay with their families. As a result, they do not need to worry about their everyday duties such as earning money or paying bills. The time to cross the adulthood is spead. Also, they have more time for studying so they can be better-educated and prepared for their future careers. Also, they do not learn responsibility as serious problems are still solved by their parents. To conclude, I believe it is better to live away from the family while studying.

The young people who have come forward to call for gun control in the . If the voting age were lowered, would that necessitate changing other laws to bring them into alignment? Of course not.

The young people who have come forward to call for gun control in the wake of the mass shooting at their high school in Parkland, Fl. are challenging the tiresome stereotype of American kids as indolent narcissists whose brains have been addled by smartphones. They offer an inspiring example of thoughtful, eloquent protest. This needs to change: The federal voting age in the United States should be lowered from 18 to 16. Skeptics will no doubt raise questions about the competence of 16-year-olds to make informed choices in the voting booth.

There's a ton of new drugs out there, and the young people now believe in.

There's a ton of new drugs out there, and the young people now believe in legalizing all recreational drugs. And th. ew liberals are now fiercely opposed to eating meat for both humanitarian and environmental reasons and it’s seen as inhumane to consume any meat. Doesn’t he know the advantages of having a home-maker mom when raising a kid ? Everyone gawked at his extremely liberal life-decision to get married to a professional woman. Young people often have utopian views about social change and think that anything is possible, but they will grow older and experience frustration and disappointment and see how difficult it is to bring about change.

Social trends such as the growing number of people living alone and the fragmentation of the nuclear family have increased the risk of people becoming socially isolated in old age, the thinktank warns today. Its report, Home Alone, also predicts that a digital divide between rich and poor will exacerbate social and health inequalities

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