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Social workers help people function the best
way they can in their environment, deal with their relationships
and solve personal and family problems. Social workers often
see clients who face life threatening disease or a social problem,
such as inadequate housing, unemployment, a serious illness, a
disability, or substance abuse.
Social workers also assist families that have
serious domestic conflicts, sometimes involving child or spousal
Social worker provide assistance to improve
the social and psychological functioning of children and their
families and to maximise the family well-being and academic
functioning of children. Some social workers assist:
They advise teachers how to cope with problem
Currently social workers respond to individuals need,
particularly ‘child protection’ and children in need’ referrals to
the Educational Welfare Service or the Children’s Trust child
Protection and Assessment Team. Individual children referred
will then receive an initial assessment if it is deemed an
Family support services currently provide
outreach services to families who have ‘children in need’.
Outreach services to families can be accessed through self referral
or referral by a school or other children’s service. The
family support service can provide parenting skills groups in:
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