1 edition of Social work with children, young people and their families in Scotland found in the catalog.
This updated edition enables students to develop a broader understanding of social work with children and families in Scotland. It uses practical examples, case studies and a critical appreciation of the legislation to reinforce learning. In many ways Scotland has led the way in legal and policy direction for social care and this edition is fully updated to reflect recent key changes.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 166-196) and index.
|Statement||Steve J. Hothersall|
|Series||Transforming social work practice, Transforming social work practice|
|LC Classifications||HV755.A6 H67 2008eb|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] /|
|Pagination||1 online resource (200 p.)|
|Number of Pages||200|
|ISBN 10||9780857253644, 9781844451562|
A clear account of applying systems theory in social work with Children, Young people and families including a good exploration of the dilemmas and challenges of putting it into practice. It includes well laid out material divided into chapters covering key areas of practice. Our areas of work To make sure our work helps the most vulnerable children and young people, we're pressing for change on three key themes: The best start in life: we're calling on government to invest in support and early help, as well as tackling poverty and the crisis in social care.; Good mental health: there's an increasing crisis in mental health among children and young people, with.
The Social Work (Scotland) Act provides the primary legislative framework for social work intervention in is the legislation that creates the duty, under sect to ‘promote social welfare’. While this has been added to by the Children (Scotland) Act to specify ‘children in need’, the overarching mandate remains that it is the duty of the local authority to. Children’s social workers help children, young people and their families when they are going through difficult times. Social workers build relationships with families. They work with parents to bring greater safety and stability to family life or – if necessary – help find another home for the child.
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