THE EVIDENCE BASE FOR SOCIAL CARE PRACTICE: Working with families living in poverty

April 2010
Community Care;4/1/2010, Issue 1812, p24
The article presents information on social work with families, with children in need, in Great Britain. The Framework for the Assessment of Children in Need and Their Families in 2000, has been published by the country's Department of Health, to help practitioners improve the consistency and quality of assessments of children and families. The framework deals with three domains, namely child development, parenting capacity, and family and environmental factors.


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