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Other TitlesAnnual Report of the Maryland Foster Parent Survey
DescriptionThe purpose of Maryland Foster Parent Survey was to solicit feedback on foster parents’ perceptions of the training and support provided to them by DHR/SSA, and to collect suggestions for improvement. Researchers at the Ruth H. Young Center at the University of Maryland (UM), School of Social Work collected and analyzed the foster parent survey data. Quarterly reports of quantitative data have kept DHR/SSA informed of emerging findings throughout the project year. This annual report summarizes major findings from the FY2011 survey. The report opens with a discussion of methodology and describes the sample of 148 foster parents and former foster parents interviewed as a part of this study. This report is organized by thematic area to highlight strengths of current practices and to identify opportunities for improvement.
Series/Report No.Child Welfare Research;
SponsorsFUNDING SOURCE: Maryland Department of Human Resources, Social Services Administration
KeywordUniversity of Maryland, Baltimore. School of Social Work--Projects and Reports
Maryland Foster Parent Survey
Foster parents--Services for
Foster Home Care
Identifier to cite or link to this itemhttp://hdl.handle.net/10713/3542
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