Social work methods practices and perspectives

By: Ramesh M SonkambleMaterial type: TextTextLanguage: English Publisher: Jaipur Book Enclave 2022Description: viii,258p. HB 23.5x15cmISBN: 9789392262098Subject(s): Social WorkDDC classification: 361.3 Summary: Social work practice is also strengths-based. Social workers help people or groups identify their problems, determine their skills and capacities, what they are doing well, and how that was accomplished, and then analyze ways that those strengths might be applied to the identified problems. Social work in this regard is doing a tremendous job. The whole gamut of practice of social work is centered around and the established on the philosophy of egalitarian society with justice and happiness for all. The weaker and deprived members of the society are the prime target of social work intervention. As a problem solving profession, Social work shares its values, principles, methods, tools and techniques for the removal major problems of the weaker sections. Social work is a profession for those with a strong desire to help improve people’s lives. Social workers assist people by helping them cope with and solve issues in their everyday lives, such as family and personal problems and dealing with relationships. Some social workers help clients who face a disability, life-threatening disease, social problem, such as inadequate housing, unemployment, or substance abuse. Social workers also assist families that have serious domestic conflicts, sometimes involving child or spousal abuse. Additionally, they may conduct research, advocate for improved services, or become involved in planning or policy development. Social work links clients with services, resources and opportunities, which might provide them with the help they need. This contributes to problem solving for clients. It is important to recognize in social work the fact that it is an adaptable service, and one which is more responsive and accountable to a particular locality and its people. This concise and legible book will provide key text to all students of social work.
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Social work practice is also strengths-based. Social workers help people or groups identify their problems, determine their skills and capacities, what they are doing well, and how that was accomplished, and then analyze ways that those strengths might be applied to the identified problems. Social work in this regard is doing a tremendous job. The whole gamut of practice of social work is centered around and the established on the philosophy of egalitarian society with justice and happiness for all. The weaker and deprived members of the society are the prime target of social work intervention. As a problem solving profession, Social work shares its values, principles, methods, tools and techniques for the removal major problems of the weaker sections. Social work is a profession for those with a strong desire to help improve people’s lives. Social workers assist people by helping them cope with and solve issues in their everyday lives, such as family and personal problems and dealing with relationships. Some social workers help clients who face a disability, life-threatening disease, social problem, such as inadequate housing, unemployment, or substance abuse. Social workers also assist families that have serious domestic conflicts, sometimes involving child or spousal abuse. Additionally, they may conduct research, advocate for improved services, or become involved in planning or policy development. Social work links clients with services, resources and opportunities, which might provide them with the help they need. This contributes to problem solving for clients. It is important to recognize in social work the fact that it is an adaptable service, and one which is more responsive and accountable to a particular locality and its people. This concise and legible book will provide key text to all students of social work.

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