Family support and family centre services : issues, research and evaluation in the UK, USA and Hong Kong

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Family support and family centre services : issues, research and evaluation in the UK, USA and Hong Kong

Andrew Pithouse, Sarah Lindsell, Monit Cheung

Ashgate, c1998

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Includes bibliographical references

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The aim of this book is to identify and explore key themes and issues around the realm of welfare practice in child and family social work - that is, family centre services and related community-based types of provision. The text addresses the impact and effectiveness of family centres in supporting children, families and communities. Emphasis is placed on community based supportive/preventive family services and those that provide a closed access and therapeutic service aimed at families referred by social workers where children are at risk of abuse. Throughout, the focus is on best practice exemplified by research findings of family centre impacts and outcomes in the UK, the USA and Hong Kong.

目次

  • Welfare and the family in the UK
  • family centres - the open access model
  • the specialist referred family centre - issues of protection and prevention
  • supporting families in need - the early years centre
  • family service centres in the United States - history and development
  • family service centres in the United States - developing a framework for outcome measures
  • family service centres in Hong Kong
  • family services - issues and evaluation.

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