It specifies the practice framework that I if identify with the most. It equally it also highlights particular frameworks that my research and study considers non negotiable. Lastly, the essay states how these non negotiable…
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Among the particular components of the framework that I regard as non negotiable are, management, operations organizational ability and service integration. These are underpinned by the postulations of the attachment, ecological theories as well strengths and evidence based orientations (Barker & Hodes, 2007). By way of example, managerial skills, operational capacity and service integration can be sandwiched in my daily practice in child and family welfare for in stance, in redressing a case of a child that suffers from neglect. In the overall outlook these frameworks are modest in practice (Connolly & Morris, 2012).
In conclusion, this piece of writing is an exposition on child and family welfare with specificity on frameworks, models and resources in child welfare. It gives my preferred practice framework and specific components that my research and study identifies with as inherent to in this area of practice or field of study. In closing, it also, explains how the aforementioned components look like in practice as well as how the components can be integrated in my practice
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I believe this is one reason some individuals decide to make a career in industries like social services and education. There is nothing more rewarding than helping families in need and watching the efforts pay off when the families’ lives improve. Through media, I have seen and read a number of children service workers who struggle to keep children out of trouble, both in and out of the home.
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