The development and behavior of one family member is inextricably interconnected with others in the family. Symptoms are often viewed as an expression of a set of habits and patterns within a family. It is revolutionary to conclude that the identified client’s problem might be a symptom of how the system functions, not just a symptom of the individual’s maladjustment, history, and psychosocial development. This perspective is grounded on the assumptions that a client’s problematic behavior may: (1) Serve a function or purpose for the family. (2) Be unintentionally maintained by family processes.
Describe the difference that person-centred thinking can make to individuals and their families. It is a way of identifying who is relevant to an individual and to discover any important issues about their relationship. It feeds into support planning because it focuses on which people to involve in planning and which relationships can be strengthened or supported. 4. Describe examples of person-centred thinking tools.
* Outline why children and young people may need to be looked after away from their families (P1) * Looked after children There are a variety of different reasons as to why children may be looked after by people other than their own family, the reasons as to why the child (ren) may be look after may include family breakdown, bereavement, parental illness or an incapacity of some kind. They may also be looked after because of behavioural problems or the child’s own illness. A reason that a child may become looked after may be following the imposition of a care order. It’s the duty of every local authority to consider the welfare of every child, the Child Act (1989 and 2004) tries to make sure that children are supported and they are kept in a family home if it is possible. Alternatively, if a child has to live away from home for a certain reason and that he or she is looked after by a local authority, it would mean that the child is looked after.
The rule's of society, what is acceptable and what is not acceptable in and outside the home. A number of key process affect how well we relate to others and how well we fit into our family and social worlds. Before we look at the stage's in social and emotional development we need to think about how important bonding and attachment self concept, personal identity and confidence are from the very beginning. Attachment and bonding: The development of deep feeling's between parent's or carer's and their children come's about through a process of bonding and attachment. This attachment is helped in the early months by a number of thing's including.
This study evaluates the effectiveness of the Familyconnect tool. After reading this article, one may question the social worker’s ability to effectively prepare families for visitation. One may also question the accuracy of this study, being that some participants did not meet the criteria, although they had formerly had some type of involvement in visitations through foster care. 3. Who or what was studied? This study evaluates the visiting tool, Familyconnect.
(Bitter, Long, Young, 2010) Reframing is when a problem is shown in a different way and from different perspectives. “Through reframing, it becomes possible to grasp the underlying family structure that is contributing to an individual’s problem.” (Bitter, Long, Young, 2010) Reframing seems to be a technique that will work will with the Quest family. The family will be able to look at their problems in different ways as well as different perspective. They will be able to see the underlying problem and one person will not be blamed for the problem because the problem is a family
Another value of a multi-professional approach is that they can safeguard children when abuse is noticed or suspected, the multi-agency team comes together to take any necessary steps to protect the child and can also support the family. The value of working in a multi-professional approach, when working with parents is by providing and supporting families with what they need. For example if families are living in poor quality and poorly maintained housing which may have damp in, this can cause diseases for instance asthma. This will affect the children’s learning and development as they will be ill or taking time of school. As Maslow’s hierarchy places needs in order which is most important and the first basic physical need is shelter which is priority.
Name: Reniella Padilla Title & Number: TDA 2.1 CHILD AND YOUNG PERSON DEVELOPMENT 2.1 DESCRIBE WITH EXAMPLES THE KINDS OF INFLUENCES THAT AFFECT CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE’S DEVELOPMENT. BACKGROUND • Family Dynamics Family is a fundamental social group in society typically consisting of one or two parents and their children. Families are very important to children’s lives when they are growing up. Some children do not grow up with their families they grow up in a foster family or in the care where local authorities take care of them. But some of the children who live with their family can be closer or not closer to them this can affect their confidence and their education.
Anxious attachment is experienced when we have inconsistent caregivers or parents. Our early caregiver experiences affect our view of our social world. We may wonder if people are trust worthy, can we count on them for protection and support. You make ask yourself if you are a loveable person if you are
Family and child welfare social workers help children who have been physically or emotionally abused. Family and child welfare social workers provide services to families for the purpose of improving their social and psychological function. For example, child welfare workers take action if they detect child abuse in a family. Furthermore, family welfare workers help families deal with their relationship problems, marriages, home management,