By Frederic Fredersdorf
By Frederic Fredersdorf
By Melanie Seyfert,Monika Neunert
By Rory Lynch
Older everyone is the most important carrier person workforce for social employees and an expanding percentage of the inhabitants. during this refreshingly optimistic and useful textbook, Rory Lynch attracts on years of perform and instructing experience to teach easy methods to in achieving top social paintings perform with older adults. he's taking a person-centred strategy, which fosters admire through valuing the truth that aged humans have extra lived adventure than others.
Exploring the foremost theoretical ways and strategies of intervention, this ebook is helping social staff to spot, comprehend and facilitate their provider clients’ needs for wellbeing and fitness and a satisfying older age. Chapters are practice-driven, containing case experiences drawn from more than a few care settings, reflective questions and workouts.
Mapping at once onto the most important modules at the social paintings measure, this can be crucial studying for all scholar social staff, particularly as they arrange to head on their perform placement. it's also helpful studying for certified social staff.
Rory Lynch is Lecturer in Social paintings at Robert Gordon collage.
By Nicolai Neijhoft
By Graciela Tonon
By Jo Brayford,Francis B Cowe,John Deering
What Else Works? has built out of a turning out to be expertise among practitioners that centralized notions of what works and ‘one dimension suits all’ ways to paintings with offenders and different teams is unavoidably restricted in its scope and effectiveness.
The publication seeks to dispel the view of probation provider clients as 'offenders', and socially excluded humans as 'problems' to be controlled and taken care of, and in its place considers extra inventive choices to lessen either re-offending and social exclusion. those contain operating individually with ladies, black and minority ethnic teams, neighborhood community-focussed initiatives, in schooling and nature and conservation programmes. The reader is inspired to consider prior and present coverage, perform, and the connection among practitioners and offenders or different socially excluded humans. Questions are raised as to if, and the way, perform can be various and participants discover the topic of inventive and change-focussed perform or concentrate on a specific method of a practice.
This e-book will entice scholars on legal justice, criminology and social paintings classes, pros working in those fields in addition to the broader viewers of pros and teachers who could interact with those ‘service clients’ from more than a few coverage and perform perspectives.
By Stephan Maykus,Reinhold Schone
By Ewan Ingleby
An evaluation of the most important mental methods is given and the writer demonstrates how those may be utilized to social paintings practice.
By Ahmet Toprak,Katja Nowacki
By Tyler M. Kimbel,Dana Heller Levitt