Her two children, ages 12 and 15, were taken into custody by child-welfare authorities.
The child-welfare system has come a long way since the crack epidemic of the 1980s.
People turn to the Chautauquas to be taught politics along with domestic science, hygiene, and child-welfare.
As the work progressed, it branched out on a much larger scale, embracing civilian, military and child-welfare activities.
See this valuable volume for reports of progress in the different lines of child-welfare effort.
As a parent, Kennicott was moved to establish the first child-welfare week held in Gopher Prairie.
Interest in child-welfare is for the sake of the child himself, not for the sake of his clothes4 or his physical condition.
The emphasis on child-welfare has a social rather than a sentimental basis.