Professionals plan their work cognitively, around predictable consequences of specified behaviors, while disorganized neglecting families organize behavior affectively.
Unlike disorganized neglecting families, these families depend on cognitive information as their organizing structure.
They represent the most prevalent experience with neglecting families.
He died of an asthma attack in 1997 after social workers didn't notify the foster mother of his severe asthma and diabetes conditions - a tragic irony, because the boy was placed in foster care after county social workers alleged Reid was neglecting
her son by not providing appropriate medical care for his diabetes and asthma.