Social Perspectives on Juvenile Delinquency

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The juvenile generation of today has drifted far from the family values that their parents grew up with and tried to pass along to them but there are many loop holes in the generations of yesterday and today. Although, it is not easy to find the true connection between the practices of early childhood development and the social development better known as the recklessness stages of life. Many children fall victim to their environment and end up being a product of the life they see outside their doorstep. There are many wraparound programs that have been developed to help kids make the right decisions in like but whether the help comes from family or an outside source the person that need to totally commit to the help they are trying to get for their problems. “The federal government established the Child and Adolescent Service System “Program (CASSP) under the auspices of the National Institutes of Mental Health. CASSP articulated core values and guiding principles for a system of care for children and adolescents with severe emotional disturbance.” Metz P (2009).” To find similar characteristics in the wraparound process you must look at what the process will involve and they are the child, family and interaction with the family to see the issues that the child and family face also you would have to take into consideration the emotional and behavioral problems of the child and the issues they face in their home as well as the communities they reside on a daily basis. Many children need a special designed program to help them analyze, and come to a better understanding of what issues they have while finding positive ways to conquers them and regain their teenage years if its not to late. Many children are placed into wraparou... ... middle of paper ... ...selors, support staff, therapist, family members and the child’s friends help them change for the better then the program can have maximum success. Works Cited (n.d.). Retrieved from Nissen, L. B. (2009). Strength-Based Focus, Positive Youth Development and Rekindling Hope. Retrieved from Nissen, L. B. (2012). Strength-Based Approaches to Work with Youth and Families: An Overview of the Literature and Web-Based Resources. Retrieved from Spradin, A. (2012). The Importance Of Staying Connected With Friends and Family. Retrieved from

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