PIPPI is a research-training-intervention program developed as an intensive care program for vulnerable families in Italy. It aims at preventing out-of-home child placement by balancing risk and protective factors, and focuses on supporting parenting through multi-professional and resilience-based intervention. PIPPI is inspired by the well known resilient girl Pippi Longstocking and aims at working on parental problems related to child neglect. To build the care plan, a specific informatics tool has been developed, named RPMonline, that in Italian stands for « Assessment, Planning and Monitoring ». It’s based on the Multidimensional Model of the « Child’s World » that consists in the Italian translation and adaptation of the British Assessment Framework. In this article we propose a quanti-qualitative analysis of the assessments that demonstrate the family resources of 600 children from 453 negligent families which participated in the 3rd phase of the implementation of PIPPI during the years 2014-2015.
|Titolo:||« Je suis Michel et je suis beau comme le soleil… » Ressources des familles négligentes enregistrées par les professionnels dans le programme PIPPI en Italie|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2016|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||01.01 Articolo in Rivista|