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Assessments must be based on good analysis, timeliness and transparency and be proportionate to the needs of the child and their family. Each child who has been referred into local authority children's social care should have an individual assessment to identify their needs and to understand the impact of any parental behaviour on them as an individual.
Since the s the way in which social workers respond to referrals of children to Children's Social Care departments has evolved. The assessment framework developed to assess children in need and their families is the modern social work response to all referrals. Little research has been carried out to assess its suitability as a widespread social work response. This article considers the debates that have emerged in relation to its use and concludes that insufficient consideration has been given to evaluating assessment as an appropriate measure of need and risk. Wider provision of non-assessed universal services would reduce the need for assessment.
This thoroughly revised and updated second edition of Child and Family Assessment in Social Work Practice is an essential guide for social work students and practitioners involved in the assessment of children and their families. Placing a strong emphasis on good, evidence-based, assessment practice, Sally Holland has also, for this new edition, included original research evidence from a wide range of up-to-date research studies which are relevant to today's practice and which aim to promote a critical and reflective approach to the assessment process. The book is divided into three parts: Part 1 explores different appoaches to assessment work, outlining policy changes and their implications for working with children and their families. Accessibly relating theory and research to actual practice through the use of case studies, exercises, and suggestions for good practice and further reading, this book has a student-friendly structure It will be an invaluable resource for practitioners and academics across the field of social welfare, particularly for those embarking on, or already involved in, child and family assessment. Have you created a personal profile? Login or create a profile so that you can save clips, playlists and searches. Books Add to list Added to list.
Not a MyNAP member yet? Register for a free account to start saving and receiving special member only perks. State and municipal governments and nongovernmental entities provide a broad range of social services designed to prevent or treat family violence. These services include counseling and advocacy for victims of abuse; family and caregiver support programs; alternative living arrangements, including out-of-home placement for children, protective guardianship for abused elders, and shelters for battered women; educational programs for those at risk of abusing or being abused; intensive service programs to maintain families at risk of losing their child; and individual service programs in both family and placement settings. Social service interventions may consist of casework as well as therapeutic services designed to provide parenting education, child and family counseling, and family support.
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`A thoughtful, sensitive and clear articulation of core issues relating to the theory and practice of assessments in social work with children and their families. It will.
The Kids Central Toolkit aims to provide workers and services with information, resources and tools to use child-centred approaches in their work with children, young people and families. The Toolkit is based around six key principles that support child-centred practice, and each principle includes a range of tools and resources, which are available to download:. Tool 1D: Things That Make Me Feel Safe PDF, KB Can be used to introduce the topic of safety to children; hear from children about the things that help them feel safe; help with safety planning for individual children; and help families understand what each child needs to feel safe. Tool 1E: Worryometer PDF, KB Can be used to get a sense of how unsafe or worried children are feeling; allow exploration of what is making children feel unsafe, what helps them feel safer and less safe; and help children begin to differentiate between big worries and little worries.
Although assessment generally yields a written product, it also is a process that employs a systematic method through which information is gathered, reviewed, and then applied in conjunction with theory to gain a better understanding of the subject of focus. It is used to gather evidence to understand presenting problems, to evaluate progress and outcomes, and to assess the effectiveness of interventions and programs. Assessment is also an integral part of social work education and consists of appraisal of student learning and the effectiveness of curricula, pedagogy, and programs in preparing students for social work practice.
To promote safe, ethical social work practice, in accordance with international conventions and agreements 1 , when social workers undertake assessments of children that cross nation state borders. This policy and these guidelines were developed to fulfil the motion passed at the General Meeting in Melbourne 2. Employers also have a responsibility to ensure the safe working practices of their social workers and must not require them to practice abroad illegally or unsafely. When undertaking cross border social work, professional practice is consistent with the international conventions, agreements and the IFSW ethical principles which all enshrine the concept of the best interests of the child being paramount. It is likely to be illegal, unethical and unsafe for a social worker to undertake an assessment outside their own country on their own.
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Assessment is a growing business in children's services. It is seen as an important part of good practice, and extensive frameworks and templates are now.Arber V. 15.05.2021 at 17:24
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