Case study: using attachment theory in a parenting capacity assessment
Author: Naomi Bannister
Publication Date: 23 February 2015
This case study forms part of Community Care Inform’s quick guide to assessing attachment in adults and carers. In order to ensure anonymity, names have been changed and details adapted. Case details John and Lisa are currently undergoing a parenting capacity assessment in respect of their newborn son, Alfie. John has no history of service involvement […]
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