3 edition of Coventry directory of social services and organisations. found in the catalog.
Coventry directory of social services and organisations.
|Contributions||Coventry Council of Social Service.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||56|
Greenberg and Jessica M. Grounded in social cognitive theory and the theory of planned behavior, this book uses case examples based on real-world research and situations to connect readers with the material, emphasizing patient-centered approaches that prioritize client self-determination. International approaches are analyzed, providing more insight into potential areas for domestic reform. This book challenges practitioners to confront their own biases and assumptions about aging, providing help-seeking models to help practitioners further develop cultural competence. The book concludes with an in-depth discussion of case management and how it applies to the aging population. Other milestones across the life course are also explored, such as pregnancy and parenting, marriage and cohabitation, and intimacy in older adulthood.
This book challenges practitioners to confront their own biases and assumptions about aging, providing help-seeking models to help practitioners further develop cultural competence. The book concludes with an in-depth discussion of case management and how it applies to the aging population. Social Work Speaks is a reference tool that represents the collective thinking of thousands of social workers across all fields of practice. Greene, Nancy P.
Furthermore, they can discourage people who care the most—including social workers—to disengage from public discourse. Sharing their deep knowledge and personal experiences, the authors provide concepts, principles, skills, and practical examples of entrepreneurial and intrapreneurial social work across the globe. This book is appropriate for social work students and practitioners making the transition from social work practice into administration. If you have questions please send an email to press socialworkers. Engaging at this level helps social workers live up to the code of ethics of the profession, whether they work in public policy, institutions, or private practice. The book begins by detailing historical violations of the sexual and reproductive rights of people with disabilities, including forced castration and sterilization.
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She guides readers through the development of practice questions; the gathering, critical appraisal, and integration of evidence; and client outcome monitoring and evaluation.
International approaches are analyzed, providing more insight into potential areas for domestic reform. In the final chapter, recent early childhood education and care debates are discussed through a social work lens.
Finally, it delves into the nuances of IPP in a variety of settings and specialty areas, including the Veterans Health Administration, pediatric medicine, geriatric medicine, and the emergency department.
Sharing their deep knowledge and personal experiences, the authors provide concepts, principles, skills, and practical examples of entrepreneurial and intrapreneurial social work across the globe. Through meditation, this unique work encourages therapists to provide a safe space for their clients to experiment with their own healing; generate solutions that mesh with their belief systems; and engage in ways of thinking, acting, and doing that promote health, responsibility, and change.
The authors describe model programs and the effects of various care arrangements, demonstrating how different types of settings can influence outcomes and benefit certain groups of children.
The book also discusses how to take a resilient approach to work with refugees, adolescent students, military families, individuals belonging to minority groups, people with disabilities, and the elderly.
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Readers are challenged to embrace this model as a guide to go beyond the comfort zone of their own racialized experiences to disrupt the stigma and systems of racism and monoracism that can inhibit the well-being of multiracial people and families. Features include:. Marson addresses these four dimensions, and explores the gerontological research and social history that illustrate the evidence.
It then explores current issues of sexuality and disability throughout the life course, starting with childhood and adolescence. Kropf, and Harriet L. As a first reader on how power operates, this resource provides a base on which to build a more in-depth, detailed conceptualization as training or work progresses.
Other milestones across the life course are also explored, such as pregnancy and parenting, marriage and cohabitation, and intimacy in older adulthood. Greene, Nancy P. To help focus on what matters most, the American Academy for Social Work and Social Welfare has recently set out 12 grand challenges for social work and society, in three broad categories of individual and family well-being, social fabric, and social justice.
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It is essential for social workers and allies of social justice to understand public discourse metaphors if they are to advocate for and treat the vulnerable and oppressed populations that they serve.
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If you have questions please send an email to press socialworkers. The authors examine the increased risk of abuse and victimization that people with disabilities face while in romantic or sexual relationships and provide practice recommendations to help combat factors that contribute to this vulnerability.
Lohmann, provides a guide for social work students and practitioners who must manage finances of human services programs and organizations. In every chapter, they show how social entrepreneurship can be applied to a specific area of practice, deeply connecting the related social work values and ethics to each enterprise.
Furthermore, they can discourage people who care the most—including social workers—to disengage from public discourse. Reproductive Decision Making is a brief guide providing RDM tools and strategies for busy social workers. Following each set of cases, Reamer includes commentary highlighting key ethics concepts and references to relevant standards in the Code of Ethics.
Ray Scurfield demonstrates how to introduce meditation into treatment for clients with posttraumatic stress disorder or everyday stress.
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