Reassessing Social Work Practice with Children

1st Edition

John Pardeck, Martha Markward

Routledge
Published July 21, 1997
Reference - 210 Pages
ISBN 9789056995461 - CAT# TF3016

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Summary

Physical and mental abuse, gang-related violence, homelessness and neglect are just a few of the dangers that a child must face. Child welfare officers, school social workers, and family service providers have been the primary line of defense against these hazards, but in order to provide a more effective form of social care, these fields must be seen as an integrated whole. They must also have the skill to act as multidisciplinary teams.
Taken from an issue of the journal Early Child Development and Care, Reassessing Social Work Practice with Children provides professionals with a dynamic orientation that offers a holistic approach to social work practice with children. This view encompasses any and all measures of practice designed to protect and promote the bio-psycho-social development of children, including education, protective services, and substitutive services.

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