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A Legal and Institutional Study on the for supporting end-of-care children

  • Public Land Law Review
  • Abbr : KPLLR
  • 2021, 96(), pp.287-302
  • Publisher : Korean Public Land Law Association
  • Research Area : Social Science > Law
  • Received : October 31, 2021
  • Accepted : November 22, 2021
  • Published : November 25, 2021

Oh Sam Gwang 1

1호남대학교

Accredited

ABSTRACT

As a legal and institutional research for supporting the children discharged from the out of home care, the purpose of this study is to suggest a policy measure that will need to be developed henceforth through the legal and institutional maintenance on this after considering the problems of the support policies that the nation and the local government are enforcing now for the children discharged from the out of home care. The aim is to keep them safely in our society and to make them available for proceeding with playing enough role as a social member through preventing the children discharged from the out of home care from becoming a criminal or living as a maladaptor with failing to adjust to society hereafter. To support these people realistically and effectively, a plan needs to be pursued available for positively supporting and managing these people. First of all, aiming to help the self-reliance support more systematically by improving the contents and procedures of the support targets and the independent living services, the support is needed through developing the individual-based support plans and the efficient self-reliance support programs based on the operation of the institution dedicated to the self-reliance support. Also, if the management and counseling are institutionally operated through the personnel in charge of the support available for providing the necessary aid smoothly so that each individual can adapt to society well given leaving the facility after the protection is over, and through the support from a professional counselor who can relieve their concerns and difficulties in adjusting to society, it can prevent them from failing to be benefited or supported due to the lack of information, resulting in being likely much helpful to their adapting to society. And as a more specific support plan, given expanding the scope of the self-reliance support through specifying the psychological & emotional support and the medical support that do not currently have explicit regulations, the children discharged from the out of home care are judged to play a role fully as a social member by smoothly returning to normal social life without being no longer alienated from our society.

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