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Opis: Family Support: Prevention, Early Intervention and Early Help - Tracey Race, Shaheen Abbott, Nick Frost

Family Support introduces and explores the state of the art in preventative social work with children and young people. Drawing on contemporary thinking and research, the book aims to make a contribution to current debates about how we can best support families in need. Underpinning the book is an analysis of how family support is changing, having moved from prevention through to contemporary debates about family support , early intervention and early help . The authors draw on their own practice experiences to ensure the discussion remains highly relevant to everyday realities. The book consists of three parts: Part I examines the history and context of family support; Part II outlines a number of practice approaches to family support; and Part III suggests how family support work can be further developed. The book provides think points and case studies to support the reader in reflecting on the material presented and how this can be best applied, as well as including a guide to useful resources. Family Support will be a welcome companion for anyone involved in child welfare and safeguarding services, including students at undergraduate and post-graduate level, practitioners, policy makers and academics. "The authors offer a highly accessible account of the key features of family support and a very timely reminder of its importance to families and those working with them. Excellent and highly recommended." Brigid Featherstone, The Open University "For all professionals with an interest in best practice, this book delivers in terms of understanding and doing Family Support in the real world. The reader is brought from policy contexts to direct work practices in a most informative fashion and with ease." Pat Dolan, National University of IrelandIntroduction PART ONE: Understanding Family Support Chapter One. The Historical, Social and Political Context of Family Support Chapter Two. The Contemporary Policy Context of Family Support: Conceptualizing Family Support Chapter Three. Researching Family Support: Process and Outcomes PART TWO: Delivering Family Support Chapter Four. Community-Based Projects: The Universal Provision of Family Support Chapter Five. Home Visiting: A Key Process in Providing Family Support Chapter Six. Parenting Education: A Universal or Targeted Service? Chapter Seven. Targeted Approaches: The Troubled Families Initiative Chapter Eight. Relationship-Based Family Support: An Underpinning Approach to Family Support Chapter Nine. Family Group Conferences: Involving and Empowering Families PART THREE: Overarching Issues in Developing a Sustainable Approach to Family Support Chapter Ten. Multi-Disciplinary Working: Holistic Work with Families and Children Chapter Eleven. Developing the Family Support Workforce Conclusion: Family Support Past, Present and Future


Szczegóły: Family Support: Prevention, Early Intervention and Early Help - Tracey Race, Shaheen Abbott, Nick Frost

Tytuł: Family Support: Prevention, Early Intervention and Early Help
Autor: Tracey Race, Shaheen Abbott, Nick Frost
Wydawnictwo: Polity Press
ISBN: 9780745672601
Rok wydania: 2015
Ilość stron: 192
Oprawa: Miękka
Waga: 0.33 kg


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Family Support introduces and explores the state of the art in preventative social work with children and young people. Drawing on contemporary thinking and research, the book aims to make a contribution to current debates about how we can best support families in need. Underpinning the book is an analysis of how family support is changing, having moved from prevention through to contemporary debates about family support , early intervention and early help . The authors draw on their own practice experiences to ensure the discussion remains highly relevant to everyday realities. The book consists of three parts: Part I examines the history and context of family support; Part II outlines a number of practice approaches to family support; and Part III suggests how family support work can be further developed. The book provides think points and case studies to support the reader in reflecting on the material presented and how this can be best applied, as well as including a guide to useful resources. Family Support will be a welcome companion for anyone involved in child welfare and safeguarding services, including students at undergraduate and post-graduate level, practitioners, policy makers and academics. "The authors offer a highly accessible account of the key features of family support and a very timely reminder of its importance to families and those working with them. Excellent and highly recommended." Brigid Featherstone, The Open University "For all professionals with an interest in best practice, this book delivers in terms of understanding and doing Family Support in the real world. The reader is brought from policy contexts to direct work practices in a most informative fashion and with ease." Pat Dolan, National University of IrelandIntroduction PART ONE: Understanding Family Support Chapter One. The Historical, Social and Political Context of Family Support Chapter Two. The Contemporary Policy Context of Family Support: Conceptualizing Family Support Chapter Three. Researching Family Support: Process and Outcomes PART TWO: Delivering Family Support Chapter Four. Community-Based Projects: The Universal Provision of Family Support Chapter Five. Home Visiting: A Key Process in Providing Family Support Chapter Six. Parenting Education: A Universal or Targeted Service? Chapter Seven. Targeted Approaches: The Troubled Families Initiative Chapter Eight. Relationship-Based Family Support: An Underpinning Approach to Family Support Chapter Nine. Family Group Conferences: Involving and Empowering Families PART THREE: Overarching Issues in Developing a Sustainable Approach to Family Support Chapter Ten. Multi-Disciplinary Working: Holistic Work with Families and Children Chapter Eleven. Developing the Family Support Workforce Conclusion: Family Support Past, Present and Future

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Szczegóły: Family Support: Prevention, Early Intervention and Early Help - Tracey Race, Shaheen Abbott, Nick Frost

Tytuł: Family Support: Prevention, Early Intervention and Early Help
Autor: Tracey Race, Shaheen Abbott, Nick Frost
Wydawnictwo: Polity Press
ISBN: 9780745672601
Rok wydania: 2015
Ilość stron: 192
Oprawa: Miękka
Waga: 0.33 kg


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