The purpose of this book has been to identify and examine the major contexts for work with children and their families. This has entailed taking a broad view of childhood, children and the work of practitioners with children and their families. The field of policy and practice has changed significantly during the latter stages of preparing the book for publication and this chapter provides an indication of the implications of these for practice. We do this in two parts. The first identifies the main policy changes taking place during the past twelve months. The second pulls together the implications of this, together with the other material in the book, for practitioners in their work with children and families.
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