Finnish and Ukrainian child welfare systems - Coggle Diagram
Finnish and Ukrainian child welfare systems
Both prioritize the well-being and rights of children.
Both countries' laws define child welfare rights and protection.
When possible, children should be kept within their family.
Collaboration among diverse organizations to help children.
Most reason sterms from finance of country
In comparison to Ukraine, Finland invests much more in child welfare resources.
Services in Finland are likely to be more comprehensive, accessible, and well-funded.
In general, Finland's child welfare infrastructure is more established.
Families are likely to benefit from greater social support networks in Finland.
The tertiary level of support- system
In Finland's enhanced assistance system:
Highly Specialized treatment: Individualized and advanced treatment in family-centered settings. :check:
Comprehensive mental health care for children and families are provided through extensive therapy. :check:
Holistic Family Support: Programs that address a variety of family needs and conditions. :check:
**The tertiary level of support- system in Ukcraine
Children with complicated needs or disabilities require specialized care.
Counseling Services: Professional advice for troubled families.