2. Parental Responsibility

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    • The well-being of the child
      • They should be brought up within their own family
        • Promotes child's self-esteem and sense of identity
    • Definition:
      • Consultation of parents about decisions that need to be made about their child
    • Parents continue to have responsibility for children - if they don't live with them
      • Given a say if their children have been separated from them - feelings considered
        • Promotes communication and contact with birth parents - promote self-esteem for child
    • Unmarried fathers - obtain parental responsibility
      • Better chance of being associated with both parents
        • Best interest of the child - benefit of both role models
    • in a court order, parents can challenge decisions made about the child's welfare


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