5 edition of Basic concepts in social case work found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Herbert H. Aptekar.|
|LC Classifications||HV43 .A68|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 201 p.|
|Number of Pages||201|
|LC Control Number||41022986|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Aptekar, Herbert H. Basic concepts in social case work. Chapel Hill, The University of North Carolina Press, Social Casework, a primary method of social work is concerned with the adjustment and development of the individual towards more satisfying human relations.
But his/her adjustment and development depend on the use of available resources by him and within Size: 73KB. Principles and Techniques in Social Casework: Selected Article, Cora Kasius Family Service Association of America, - Social case work - pages.
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case management software, as well as the expertise of Clarity Human Services staff.!2 Taking practical steps to apply these principles to your day-to-day work will help you stay on track, and see better results in your job.
The purpose of this white paper is to present three principles for effective social work case management: 1. To understand the basic concepts in Social Work Practice with individual and families. To acquaint the students with the process of Social case work.
To develop in students the necessary attitude and skills to practice Social case work. UNIT I: Introduction 12 HoursFile Size: 1MB.
Consolidation points. • Person, problem, place, and process are the components of social case work. • The phases in the pr ocess of social case w or k ar e stud y, dia gnosis, trea tment, ev alua tion, ter mina tion and f ollo Size: KB. She thus delineates the four basic components of social casework, viz., person, problem, place (agency) and process.
She explains that problems arise from some needs or obstacles to the fulfillment of these needs, or accumulation of frustrations, or maladjustment, or sometimes from all of these put together.
Introduction to Social Casework: Historical Development 5 need in order to study, diagnose and to give treatment according to his needs. Problems Faced By Individual and Families Problems may be caused due to the non-fulfillment of needs or inability to perform his social roles.
The social roles are connected with being a parent, spouse. conversation. A child needs to know basic concepts in order to be successful in reading, writing, and math. In fact, knowledge of basic concepts directly relates to a child’s performance in school. Basic concepts often occur in pairs and tend to be opposites.
For example, a child needs to understand both hot and cold to understand temperature. These are - (1) social action (2) social administration (3) social research. Social work is a concept of the social science of doing well for each other personally as well as collectively.
It refers to a collective approach of reducing suffering and disadvantages and increasingly happiness and advantages. ‘The basic concepts of social work’ in the sense we use in this unit, deals with the fundamental knowledge about some of the important concepts which are incorporated/included in the study and practice of social work profession.
In this unit, attempt has been made to discuss those concepts in a lucid way. Objectives of the UnitFile Size: 1MB. In Pakistan and other countries of the world, aMaster in Social work degree is required for the professional level ocial Casework involves five components, which are also called elements of social casework.
Theseare, person, problem, place, process, and professional QUESTIONS: 1. Book Description: Social Work Practice synthesizes the latest theories and research findings in social work and related fields and demonstrates how this information is used in working with clients.
Because the interview is the medium in which much of social work practice takes place, learning the processes and skills to conduct a productive interview is a critical part of social. Social case work has gone through a period of consolidation and synthesis with findings which bear on its generic aspects.
It is currently being refocused in terms of a functional division of labor, responsive to technological, governmental, and cultural changes. Social Case Work- Definition, Meaning, Concept, Objectives, Principles and history of SocialCase work in India and abroad2.
Basic components of social casework. – Problem, Person, Place, Process. Relationship in casework –nature, establishment, maintenance, termination, transference and counter transference3.
eAcademy provides special coverage of UPPSC and other civil services have adopted ourselves with new pattern of UPPSC exam specially for mains. We will make you expert in GS mains. The concept of ‘social functioning’, as described in the previous chapter, provides social work with its basic terms of reference in relation to its broad objectives.
It is, however, too abstract a concept for operational purposes and it calls for ‘middle-range’ generalisations for its application to social-work practice to be by: 1.
Learn the core concepts social work with free interactive flashcards. Choose from different sets of the core concepts social work flashcards on Quizlet.
BASIC ASSUMPTIONS OF SOCIAL CASE WORK: o Man is a bio-psycho-social being who is in constant interaction with his environment. o All problems in social functioning are psycho-social in nature and most are interpersonal as well. o Within certain limits, man can be understood and helped.
Social work case management is a process of linking clients to services that enhance their functional capacity, from assessment to comprehensive intervention for equitable client care. According to NASW () "Case management is a mechanism for ensuring a comprehensive program that will meet an individual's need for care by coordinating and linking components of.
Social Welfare: Basic Concepts. Description. Looking at the basic concepts in social welfare (2) Total Cards. Subject. Social Work. Level. Undergraduate 2. Created. 02/11/ Click here to study/print these flashcards. Create your own flash cards.
Sign up here. The most basic value in social case work is the worth and dignity of every human being and the consideration that each individual is unique in his own way, possessing the ability to participate fully in the direction of his own life.
These value orientations form. The authors place practice at the center of the text, and include a host of case examples to bring the concepts to life. Examining the essential topics of the social work curriculum, the concepts covered relate to practice, theory, policy and personal challenges.5/5(1).
Social Work Practice: Concepts, Processes, and Interviewing. Social work professionals generally agree that one of the most critical components of the learning process for a practitioner in training is field education, and that the field instructor has the greatest influence on a student's approaching career.
This chapter reviews basic concepts and terminology from research design and statistics. It describes the different types of variables, scales of measurement, and modeling types with which these variables are Size: KB.
Social structure. The organized set of social relationships in which members of the society or group are variously implicated. Patterned behavior and relationships.
“The patterned arrangements of role-sets, status-sets, and status-sequences can be held to comprise the social structure.” Merton, Social Theory and Social Structure.
File Size: 27KB. In this updated edition of the classic social work text, students and instructors have access to real-world demonstrations of how social work theories and concepts can be applied in practice.
The case studies in this book bridge the gap between the classroom and the field by allowing students to discover the when, why, and how of social work /5(8). Systems Theory BRUCE D. FRIEDMAN AND KAREN NEUMAN ALLEN 3 B iopsychosocial assessment and the develop-ment of appropriate intervention strategies for a particular client require consideration of the indi-vidual in relation to a larger social context.
To accomplish this, we use principles and concepts derived from systems theory. Systems theory is a. SOCIAL GROUP 1. Social Group is any collection of persons who share common interest and reason for being together. Some groups are formed naturally; others are organised for a particular purpose.
A true group exhibits some degree of social cohesion and is more than a simple collection of individuals, such as people waiting at a bus stop, orFile Size: KB. Basic Concepts of Social Welfare in CEE Legal Obligation Bureaucratic state collectivism excluded the right to articulate and to lobby for needs from grassroots.
"Welfare recipients were objects of provision and never active subjects in defining needs and running services that met needs." (Deacon, 7).
Human need and related concepts such as basic needs have long been part of the implicit conceptual foundation for social work theory, practice, and research.
However, while the published literature in social work has long stressed social justice, and has incorporated discussion of human rights, human need has long been both a neglected and contested by: 4.
1. Concept of Social work Social works are entities responsible for organizing the provision of medical care for the workers. Thus a worker who becomes ill or an accident or the family group that depends on can access medical care, drugs and health care practices without having to pay the entire cost of the same previously.
social workers are equipped with a wide range of knowledge. However, what constitute social work knowledge base remain a major concern and a controversial issue (Trevithick, ).
A classic debate in social work is whether theories are necessary for practice. Thyer () argues that it is a waste of time for social work educators to teach.
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Find lots of printable preschool and kindergarten worksheets at CONTENTS PAGE uction 5 CaseWorkinBeing 26 CaseWorkinBeing(Continued). 50 CaseWorkDefined 87 nterdependence dualDifeerences isofPurposefulAction e —Workshop—. Introduction Psychology is the scientific study of behavior, cognition, and emotion.
Psychology is an academic and applied discipline involving the scientific study of mental processes. wrote: “The underlying social philosophical assumption is that individ-ualized growth and social ends are interwoven and interdependent; that individuals and their social environment are equally important” (, p.
The dual focus he described is basic to all current models of so-cial group work practice (Roberts and Northen, ). social relationships constitute the matter of casework. Bowers points out that this can only mean the individual in his social relationships, as it is a basic concept of social case work that the individual cannot be segmented.
Case-work has a certain frame of reference in its approach to man, but the limits of this frame of. Start studying Chapter 2 - Social Welfare Basic Concepts. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
There are many examples of sociological concepts within our culture, including: Social Organization This refers to the overall makeup and working order of the society itself.2.
Case Management DMAHS Definition Case management, a component of care management, is a set of activities tailored to meet a member’s situational health-related needs. Situational health needs can be defined as time-limited episodes of instability.
Case managers will File Size: KB.Dr. Ninad Jhala Page 2 of 5 “ Social work is the art of bringing various resources bear on individual, group and community need by the application of a scientific method of helping people to help themselves.” “ Social work is concerned with the interaction between people and their social environment which affects the ability of people to accomplish their life tasks.