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Youth from the Viewpoint of out-of-home care services through an " independent living " of the start - the " pot of gold savings plan for independent living " as an example
out-of-home care services
transition services planning
Children and adolescents experience a long history of out-of-home care services, In out-of-home care services of one day have to face leaving care, although the follow-up stage of life continued on a regular basis to understand overview of youth to assess whether young a re-abuse or neglect from happening, but lack practical transition services planning, the juvenile can only be negative, passive or placement with the relevant government agencies, institutional arrangements, return original family or other relatives households, and even outside alone in rented accommodation, in the face a major test for independent living. Statement by the subjective experience of young researchers to understand the stages of its transition services to accept the " pot of gold savings plan for independent living," the engagement process, reserves related to independent living, and accumulated tangible and intangible and internal assets, in response to an end independent living after resettlement process of the demand, the first step towards independent living. In this study, depth interviews, interviews with nine young, through the research results showed that: a youth develop independent living skills from the "passive learning" to the "creative type use"; from the " national responsibility " to "responsible for their own"; from the "a person living alone" to "test yourself"; ability to establish an independent life from the only "financial", "rent" to the "multifaceted" and independent living skills; early childhood feelings of loss continued to affect young families to live independently to adapt to process; juvenile from out-of-home care services during the " dependence," the process of learning to live independently "independence."
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