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Social Work with Children and Families - Tutorial 2
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Tutorial for: Q1. What are advantages and disadvantages of social work with children and families? Q2. Define the term ‘partnership’. Q3. Describe what it might feel like to be a client... More > of a service. Q4. Give a personal perspective on the experience of being listened to or not listened to as a child. Q5. Suggest three ways of addressing tensions between care and control. Q6. What are the links between families with children in need, and a variety of different agencies? Q7. Give an example of good practice for working in partnership with other agencies. Q8. Discuss some of the issues of principle in social work with children and families. Q9. How could you apply principles of anti-oppressive practice? Q10. Produce your own brief statement of principles.< Less
Social Work with Children and Families - Tutorial 3
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Tutorial for: Q1. Briefly outline the process of ‘assessment’. Q2. Why should social workers focus on needs as well as problems in their assessment of children and families? Q3. Explain... More > how you could implement social work plans in partnership with the family and other agencies. Q4. Describe the purposes of, and various forms of, monitoring, review and evaluation. Q5. Briefly discuss the process of planning in relation to working with children and families. Q6. Briefly discuss the process of implementation in relation to working with children and families. Q7. Explain the meaning of process in the context of social work practice.< Less
Social Work with Children and Families - Tutorial 7
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Tutorial for: Q1. Identify some of the primary needs of children, when being abused. Q2. Categorize the different forms of child abuse. Q3. Explain what is meant by the term ‘good-enough... More > parenting’. Q4. Identify some of the problems in defining child abuse. Q5. Identify the main theories that have been suggested to explain why child abuse happens. Q6. Describe some risk factors that are associated with child abuse. Q7. Make a list of the personnel who attend child protection conferences. Q8. Identify who is responsible for investigating suspected child abuse. Q9. Discuss the role of the area ‘child protection committee’.< Less
Social Work with Children and Families - Tutorial 8
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Tutorial for: Q1. Explain why and how you would see a child whose name is on the Child Protection Register. Q2. What details would need to be included in a report to a ‘child protection... More > review’? Q3. Explain some factors to take into account in deciding if it is appropriate for a child to return home. Q4. Explain some factors to take into account in deciding that a child should not return home. Q5. Describe an example plan you would work out with family members and other workers to ensure the safety of a child on the Child Protection Register. Q6. Explain the implications of different ways of organizing child care reviews.< Less
Social Work with Children and Families - Tutorial 9
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Tutorial for: Q1. What are some of the different uses of placements? Q2. List the different types of placement in which children who are looked after by the local authority might be accommodated. Q3.... More > Identify some of the social factors that contribute to children being looked after in local authority accommodation. Q4. Discuss the legal status of children who are being looked after by a local authority. Q5. Describe the legal responsibility of social workers for promoting contact between children who are being looked after by the local authority and their families. Q6. Explain why special attention needs to be paid to promoting the health and education of children in the care system. Q7. Describe some of the risks and dangers that are inherent in taking a child from his/her family home. Q8. Explain the importance of identifying objectives that are shared by parents and other people involved in order to build up a partnership. (see rest of questions on http://courses-and-tutorials.webs.com/social-work)< Less
Social Work with Children and Families - Tutorial 10
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Tutorial for: Q1. Describe some of the transitions involving loss and gain that can occur in families. Q2. What are the effects on families of children growing up? Q3. Describe how new families form.... More > Q4. Discuss how illness may affect the members of the family. Q5. Describe the impact of a person dying on other family members. Q6. Describe the impact of separation and divorce on children. Q7. Identify the skills you will have to develop to work with the family through the process of dying, death and bereavement. Q8. Explain the process of working with the family at times of dying, death and bereavement.< Less
Social Work with Children and Families - Tutorial 11
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Tutorial for: Q1. List the terms used to identify children with special needs. Q2. List the appropriate terms for children with special needs. Q3. Identify the sections of the Children Act 1989... More > relevant to special needs. Q4. Identify what services must be provided by law for the education of children with special needs. Q5. Identify the agencies responsible for providing services to children with special needs and to their families. Q6. Identify the barriers to integration and participation experienced by children with physical disabilities. Q7. Evaluate policy debates on integration and segregation.< Less
Social Work with Children and Families - Tutorial 12
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Tutorial for: Q1. Define the terms ‘empowerment’ and ‘partnership’. Q2. Explain the nature of power. Q3. Identify some of the potential barriers to empowerment and working in... More > partnership. Q4. Identify different possible ways of evaluating partnership and empowerment. Q5. Discuss your own feelings about working in partnership with families. Q6. Identify the ways in which social work agencies can promote or hinder partnership and empowerment in their work with users. Q7. Identify the roles of agencies in relation to work with children and families.< Less
Social Work with Children and Families - Final Tutorial
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Tutorial for: Q1. In your own words summarise the major learning points from the whole of the study programme with particular reference to: - Principles of Social Work with Children and Families -... More > The Process of Social Work with Children and Families - Working with Adults in the Family - Immediate Protection of the Child - Working with the Family as a Group - Working with Children being Looked after by the Local Authority - Social Work with Families through Transitions, Loss and Gain - Children and Families and Special Needs. (2173 words!) Q2. With reference to your own learning summarise how you will be able to utilise these theories when working in an everyday situation. (852 words!)< Less
Social Work with Children and Families - Tutorial 1
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Tutorial for: Q1. Briefly discuss the meaning of family from different perspectives. Q2. What is the difference between what is myth and what might be reality when people talk about family life in... More > the past? Q3. What is the dominant ideology of the family? Q4. In your own words, briefly describe the impact of social policy on families. Q5. What is meant by the term ‘family’? Q6. Explain the contradictory position of children in today’s society. Q7. Why is the family often regarded as being in a state of crisis. Q8. Identify the differences between absolute poverty and relative poverty. Q9. List three examples of the effects of poverty on families. Q10. Briefly describe inequalities of power and responsibilities within families. Q11. Briefly describe the unequal allocation of caring and household responsibilities within families. Q12. What is the importance of Black perspectives on the family? (see all questions on http://courses-and-tutorials.webs.com/social-work)< Less
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