In the novel All the Bright Places, Theodore Finch is a victim of suicide and can be psychologically analyzed in order to show that his death was preventable. In a deep and meaningful passage, Finch describes that “you can’t stop people from dying. You can’t stop them from going away. You can’t stop yourself from going away either” (Niven). He is utterly hopeless and accepted that he will kill himself, has lost interest in life, and fallen into “the asleep” as he calls it or past the point of recover.
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The Division of Child Protection and Permanency (DCPP) is New Jersey’s child protection and welfare agency and has the obligation to provide services for every child and family suffering from abuse and neglect. The Office of Adolescent Services (OAS) supports the transition of adolescents into adulthood and is obligated to develop a robust service system that seeks to provide services and supports youth. Both DCPP and OAS fall within the State of New Jersey’s Department of Children and Families (DCF). The Division of Child Protection and Permanency defines the aging out population as the age of majority, which New Jersey law has defined as the age (18) at which a child becomes an adult. This stage is known as adolescence.
The abandonment of infants is worldwide. In 2000, Dailard explained how the department of Health and Human Services conducted an informal research based off articles in 1991 and 1998 on abandoned infants. Evidence suggested that the number of abandoned infants and death rate had increased between 1991 and 1998. In 1991, sixty-five infants were abandoned, and eight were found dead.
Nurturing a healthy, happy environment for children is imperative for a healthy upbringing. Development, such as physical, emotional and social are focused on when protecting children and their welfare. Protecting their welfare goes beyond protecting an individual child, the welfare and safety of children is a political and social concern. ‘In England, safeguarding and promoting children’s welfare is defined by the government as ‘protecting children from maltreatment, preventing impairment of children’s health or development, ensuring that children grow up in circumstances consistent with the provision of safe and effective care’ (Department of Education, 2013). Not only is there expected to be protection within a child’s home, school and other