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Law And the Social Work Practitioner

A Manual for Practice (Post-Qualifying Social Work Practice)

by Roger White

  • 374 Want to read
  • 40 Currently reading

Published by Learning Matters .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • English law: social security & welfare law,
  • Social Work,
  • Sociology,
  • Social Science,
  • United Kingdom, Great Britain,
  • Anthropology - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages199
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8955177M
    ISBN 101844450597
    ISBN 109781844450596
    OCLC/WorldCa82672968


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Law And the Social Work Practitioner by Roger White Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book explores the main areas of social work law, including children, mental health and community care. By investigating the meaning of law and some of its underlying value assumptions, it encourages practitioners to reflect on their actions and beliefs, helping them to avoid being a mere technician, and instead, become a competent practitioner/5(4).

This book explores the main areas of social work law, including children, mental health and community care. By investigating the meaning of law and some of its underlying value assumptions, it encourages practitioners to reflect on their actions and beliefs, helping them to avoid being a mere ′technician′, and instead, become a competent practitioner/5(4).

This book explores the main areas of social work law, including children, mental health and community care. By investigating the meaning of law and some of its underlying value assumptions, it encourages practitioners to reflect on their actions and beliefs, helping them to avoid being a mere 'technician', and instead, become a competent practitioner.

This book explores the main areas of social work law, including children, mental health and community care. By investigating the meaning of law and some of its underlying value assumptions, it encourages practitioners to reflect on their actions and beliefs, helping them to avoid being a mere 'technician', and instead, become a competent practitioner.1/5(1).

Written by an author team educated in both the law and social work, this book acquaints readers with major state and federal laws, regulations, and court opinions that directly affect social work practice.

LAW IN SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE, 3rd Edition helps readers understand how to work within the legal system to benefit clients and further client interests, recognize certain client problems as legal, and work effectively with lawyers Price: $ "This book explores all the main areas of social work law, including children, mental health and community care.

By investigating the meaning of law and some of its underlying value assumptions, it encourages practitioners to reflect on their actions and beliefs and to deepen their knowledge and understanding - to avoid being a mere 'technician' and instead become a competent practitioner.

how the law places limitations on practice but this book will focus on how the law implicates and supports social work values such as the right to confiden- tiality, equal opportunity, social justice, freedom from discrimination and oppression, and the balancing of intervention and Size: KB.

“Social work and the law” refers to the interface between the practice of social work and the legal system, including statutory law, case law, legal institutions (courts, prisons, etc.), and legal professionals (attorneys, judges, paralegals, forensic experts.

This book explores the main areas of social work law, including children, mental health and community care. By investigating the meaning of law and some of its underlying value assumptions, it encourages practitioners to reflect on their actions and beliefs, helping them to avoid being a mere technician and instead, become a competent practitioner/5(5).

"This is the first book to give social workers the tools to understand their clients' legal needs and rights and to address them collaboratively and effectively. Lyn Slater and Kara Finck ground their text in a comprehensive grasp of the legal system and the inequities of race, class, and gender that shape clients' experiences.

Social Work Practice and the Law is a powerful call for social. Social workers need to be committed to keeping up to date with the law and using the laws to achieve the best outcomes for the service users, “legal values can accord with social work values and can help social workers to work in a positive way to support and empower service users”(workbook p25).

A wonderful book that should be part of the curriculum in every social work program and law school. The text does a wonderful job of breaking down legal concepts and frameworks that are relevant to social work professionals,at the same time it serves as a wonderful insight in to the social work field for any aspiring or practicing lawyer/5.

This book explores all the main areas of social work law, including children, mental health and community care. Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. 1 Defining Policy Practice in Social Work. “Advocacy is the cornerstone upon which social work is built.

It is so important that it is framed in three sections of our Code of Ethics. Advocacy for individuals, communities and systems is not just a suggested activity for social workers. p 63 Aiken book 1/13/ ] Law As Social Work 67 In contrast, one ethical principle of the social work Code of Ethics provides that “[s]ocial workers respect the inherent dignity and worthCited by: 9.

COUPON: Rent Social Work and the Law H/C Becoming a Collaborative and Critically Competent Practitioner 1st edition () and save up to 80% on textbook rentals and 90% on used textbooks. Get FREE 7-day instant eTextbook access. The moral/ethical orientation views the law as one of a set of tools available to practitioners in the pursuit of ethical practice.

It recognises conflicting imperatives in the legal mandates, and the practice dilemmas that can arise for social workers in balancing rights and risks, needs and resources.

This book explores the main areas of social work law, including children, mental health and community care. By investigating the meaning of law and some of its underlying value assumptions, it encourages practitioners to reflect on their actions and beliefs, helping them to avoid being a mere 'technician', and instead, become a competent ry: Social Work.

This book explores the main areas of social work law, including children, mental health and community care. By investigating the meaning of law and some of its underlying value assumptions, it encourages practitioners to reflect on their actions and beliefs, helping them to avoid being a mere ‘technician’ and instead, become a competent.

Social Work Practice and the Law by Dr. Lyn Slater PhD, Kara Finck JD and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - Social Work Practice and the Law by Slater Phd, Dr Lyn; Finck Jd, Kara - AbeBooks.

Social Work, Liberty and Law 51 Richardson, G. and Thornold, O. () Law as a Rights Protector: Assessing the Mental Health Actin Eastman, N. and Peay, J. (eds), Law Without Enforcement—.

1 The importance of law in social work education. In this course you will be asked to reflect on the meanings of both social work and law. You will find that these concepts are open to a range of possible definitions, and that the functions of social work and law.

The book is vital reading for all levels of social work student, including those undertaking the post-qualifying award in child care, as well as being an indispensable resource for practitioners working with children and families.

Although an in-depth understanding of how the law affects every day social work practice is essential, it also involves much more than just learning the legal rules.

“Constant reflection and critical analysis of your own values and practice of social work are required to be an effective practitioner” (block 1 p). A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.

Social work is a. The ASWB Model Social Work Practice Act addresses protection of the public first and foremost. The ASWB Model Practice Act was created by members of a Model Law Task Force, a diverse group that included social workers from various practice settings as well as regulatory board administrators and legal Size: KB.

A social worker shall accurately complete and submit reports, assessments, evaluations, forms or similar documentation in a timely manner.

This includes all forms requested by the Louisiana State Board of Social Work Examiners. Social workers shall not retain copies of client records after separation from an agency or employer without.

Recommended books for student social workers; Recommended books for qualified social workers; Recommended books for Direct work with children; 1.

Recommended books for student social workers. The Critically Reflective Practitioner. I have read many of Neil Thompson’s books and I really like the way in which he explains this. During my degree. The Social Work Practitioner-Researcher is a refereed interdisciplinary journal for social workers and social service professionals concerned with the advancement of the theory and practice of social work and social development in Africa and in a changing global world.

Human rights have a long tradition in social work theory and practice, first of all more implicitly and, from about more explicitly. The more recent documents of the scientific and professional community relating explicitly to human rights include the International Definition of the Social Work Profession, the Ethics in Social Work: Statement of Principles, and the Global Standards for Author: Silvia Staub-Bernasconi.

The statements are generally based upon statutory and regulatory provisions relating to the practice of psychology, social work, creative arts therapy, marriage and family therapy, mental health counseling, and psychoanalysis, but are not legal interpretations of any of these provisions.

When the privacy regulations first went into effect, the Clinical Social Work Association conducted a series of regional trainings across the country to help practitioners understand what the regulations were and how they affected practice in each state. Social work principles are guiding assertions of statement that have come from experiences and research.

The most commonly discussed principles of social work are as follows: Principles of Acceptance: Social work accepts the individual as he or she is with all his/her limitations. Social work believes that acceptance is the crux of all help. 4 Why do social workers need to know about the law.

From our discussion of social work and the meaning of law you will already have some answers to this question. We will now bring them together and relate them to wider debates about the content of the social work curriculum.

We have seen that there are few right answers in social work. The purpose of human behavior and the social environment content within the social work curriculum is to provide us with knowledge for practice.

We need to continually look at this content for how to apply what we are learning about human behavior and the social environment to social work File Size: 1MB. The NASW Press is a leading scholarly press in the social sciences. It serves faculty, practitioners, agencies, libraries, clinicians, and researchers throughout the United States and abroad.

Known for attracting expert authors, the NASW Press delivers professional information to more thanreaders through its scholarly journals, books, and reference works. Client Confidentiality and Privileged Communications is part of a series of General Counsel Law Notes written with the support of the NASW Legal Defense Fund.

Applying the concepts of confidentiality and privilege to the professional services provided by social workers, this law note covers federal health privacy laws and regulations, state law standards, and practitioners' ethical. Open-Book Statutes and Administrative Code Examination; Board Review of Application and Determination of Eligibility to sit for National Examination; Statutes and Administrative Code Examination.

Pass the state open-book examination (required if not taken within the last 5 years). The passing score for Social Work is 85%. The article focuses on the book "Forensic Social Work: Legal Aspects of Professional Practice," by Robert L. Barker and Douglas M. Branson. As the book briefly describes, forensic social work encompasses professional activities such as expert testimony, client evaluations and recommendations for court purposes, mediation, and professional regulation relative to laws and professional standards.

But in the most difficult ethics cases, where social workers' duties and obligations clash and where there does not appear to be any simple solution, practitioners may be hard pressed to agree to a single, clear standard of care. Take, for instance, social workers who live and work in small or rural communities (e.g., the military).

Diversity has become a keynote feature of our society and social workers are increasingly finding themselves working with clients from a multitude of backgrounds and cultures. In order to work effectively with these groups and communities, it is imperative that they understand the significance of ethnicity and the ways in which it influences perceptions, behaviors, and responses to : Carole B.

Cox.