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    • CHARACTERISTICS OFYOUTH IN FLEMISH CAREInformant disagreement and its implications forpractice
    • Orthopedagogical Centre Sint-Idesbald
    • Sint-Idesbald: primary education
    • Sint-Idesbald: secondary education
    • Sint-Idesbald: residential care & day treatment
    • Step 1: questionnaires Profiles based on  Child Behaviour Checklist  Teacher Report Form  Youth Self Report
    • Step 1: YSR
    • Step 1: CBCL
    • Step 1: profiles Profile CBCL (educator)  Aggression  Delinquency  Attention problems Profile TRF (teacher)  Aggression  Delinquency  Attention problems Profile YSR (youth)  Withdrawn  Anxious  Somatic complaints  Thinking problems
    • Step 2: SCARED SCARED GAD PTSD OCD social phobiasituational phobia SCARED medical phobia animal phobia panic disorderseparation anxiety 20 22 24 26 28 30 32
    • Step 2: SCARED sex care55 5550 5045 4540 seks 40 care35 3530 30 girl boy residential daycare age 55 50 45 40 age 35 30 younger older
    • Step 3: SCARED & internalizing CBCL TRF YSR Separation anxiety .236* .179* .391** Panic disorder .255** .414** Animal phobia Medical phobia .241** Situational phobia .245** .416** Social phobia .351** Obs. Comp. disorder .217* .336** PTSD .191* .390** GAD .373** Total score .211* .456**
    • Step 3: SCARED & externalizing CBCL TRF YSRSeparation anxiety .261** .184*Panic disorder .231*Animal phobiaMedical phobiaSituational phobia .204*Social phobiaObs. Comp. disorder .237**PTSDGAD .191*Total score .232*
    • Step 3: SCARED & social, thought and attention problems Sepa. Panic Anim. Med. Sit. Ph. Soc. Ph. Obs- PTSD GAD Total anx. dis. Ph. Ph. comp.CBCL Social prob .274** .221* .244** .362** .367** .209* .321** .324** Thought pr Attent. pr .214* .210* .193* .227* .238** .216* .238**TRF Social prob .237** .165* .155* .174* Thought pr .164* Attent. prYSR Social prob .309** .353** .193* .369** .342** .288** .305** .279** .386** Thought pr .389** .417** .198* .198* .329** .259** .316** .308** .371** .415** Attent. pr .277** .197* .102* .197* .219** .202* .235**
    • Conclusion Clear presence of anxiety in youth with EBD More anxiety in residential care Informant disagreement: especially on internalinzing problems Correlation with anxiety:  Staff:correlations with social problems  Youth: correlations with thought problems Need for multiple informants Need to relate