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Sammanbrott - går det att prognostisera i MTFC med hjälp av PDR-listor?

Zaar, Christopher LU (2009) SOPA63 20082
School of Social Work
Abstract
Abstract

Author: Christopher Zaar
Title: Breakdown – is it possible to prognosticate in MTFC with the help of PDR-lists?
Supervisor: Martin Olsson
Assessor: Anders Östnäs

In Sweden in 2007 10100 children and youth were placed in some kind of twenty-four-hour care. The majority of these placings were in so called family homes and the most common reason for placing a youth in such a home was anti social behavior. The family home placing for the youth that showed anti social behavior often ended in a breakdown. Today there is a method which works with family homes and youth with anti social behavior, Multidimensional Treatment Foster Care. Within this method an assessment sheet is used with the purpose of checking behavioral changes... (More)
Abstract

Author: Christopher Zaar
Title: Breakdown – is it possible to prognosticate in MTFC with the help of PDR-lists?
Supervisor: Martin Olsson
Assessor: Anders Östnäs

In Sweden in 2007 10100 children and youth were placed in some kind of twenty-four-hour care. The majority of these placings were in so called family homes and the most common reason for placing a youth in such a home was anti social behavior. The family home placing for the youth that showed anti social behavior often ended in a breakdown. Today there is a method which works with family homes and youth with anti social behavior, Multidimensional Treatment Foster Care. Within this method an assessment sheet is used with the purpose of checking behavioral changes in the youth and this tool is called Parent Daily Report (PDR). The aim of this essay has been to inquire into whether or not there was a statistic connection between the results of the Parent Daily Report (PDR) lists and a breakdown in Multidimensional Treatment Foster Care. The study is based on a total of 200 lists. Questions such as “What factors are there which might reduce the risk of breakdown?” and “Does the MTFC method have fewer breakdowns compared to the traditional family home care in Sweden?” The most important conclusion that this study has come to is that there is a statistic connection between breakdowns in MTFC and the PDR lists.


Keywords: Breakdown, Multidimensional Treatment Foster Care, Parent Daily Report lists, Antisocial, conduct disorder. (Less)
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Zaar, Christopher LU
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SOPA63 20082
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
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Parent Daily Report lists, Multidimensional Treatment Foster Care, Breakdown, Antisocial, conduct disorder
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Swedish
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1474726
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Author: Christopher Zaar
Title: Breakdown – is it possible to prognosticate in MTFC with the help of PDR-lists?
Supervisor: Martin Olsson
Assessor: Anders Östnäs

In Sweden in 2007 10100 children and youth were placed in some kind of twenty-four-hour care. The majority of these placings were in so called family homes and the most common reason for placing a youth in such a home was anti social behavior. The family home placing for the youth that showed anti social behavior often ended in a breakdown. Today there is a method which works with family homes and youth with anti social behavior, Multidimensional Treatment Foster Care. Within this method an assessment sheet is used with the purpose of checking behavioral changes in the youth and this tool is called Parent Daily Report (PDR). The aim of this essay has been to inquire into whether or not there was a statistic connection between the results of the Parent Daily Report (PDR) lists and a breakdown in Multidimensional Treatment Foster Care. The study is based on a total of 200 lists. Questions such as “What factors are there which might reduce the risk of breakdown?” and “Does the MTFC method have fewer breakdowns compared to the traditional family home care in Sweden?” The most important conclusion that this study has come to is that there is a statistic connection between breakdowns in MTFC and the PDR lists.


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  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Sammanbrott - går det att prognostisera i MTFC med hjälp av PDR-listor?},
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