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Title: La resiliencia como factor protector en el sistema de protección a la infancia. Propuesta de mejora en la prevención de la desprotección infantil: estudio de caso
Author: Villacastín Carreño, Ana Isabel
Tutor: Fandiño, Ricardo  
Keywords: resilience
Issue Date: 5-Jun-2022
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: The prevention of child neglect is the basis for an effective protection system. Therefore, this study aims to highlight the problem of generational transmission of dysfunctional family dynamics that expose children to situations of lack of protection. For this purpose, a retrospective analysis of the families assisted in the Family Support Teams of Avila has been carried out, taking into account the characteristics that, according to the literature and previous studies, can influence child vulnerability; as well as the perception of the technicians who assist the families on the current prevention model and its effectiveness. The results obtained indicate that 74.42% of the caregivers present a history of dysfunctional parenting (affective deficiencies, abuse, neglect...), which could lead to a transmission of dysfunctional patterns in the families and of child lack of protection, coinciding with previous studies. Technicians indicate that the current prevention model is focused on the prevention of risk factors, being necessary a more generalized use of the model focused on family strengths. Studies and clinical practice propose the promotion of resilience as a protective factor in traumatic and unprotected situations. Therefore, with the aim of avoiding the generational transmission of child neglect, guidelines are proposed at the three levels of prevention that promote parental, child and family resilience.
Language: Spanish
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