Working with Parents: Learning from Other People's Experience (Paperback)Ann Wheal (editor)
Paperback Published: 30/11/1999
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Parents often receive advice and support in many different circumstances - some of it welcome, some not. This new book shows how policy and practice can merge with what parents want and need. It highlights the importance of inter-agency working and gives clear examples of good practice in a variety of disciplines. With a strong theoretical underpinning and full attention to cultural and identity issues, this work has been written by people across a wide spectrum of disciplines. To show different approaches, each chapter has been written in the author's own way, and can be read alone. The book will help anyone working with parents to: better understand the work of other people; realise how actions can affect others' work with the same family; see the necessity of evaluation and monitoring in all work; learn what works and what doesn't in order to inform and improve practice; understand how their actions can affect whole families.
Publisher: Russell House Publishing Ltd
Weight: 368 g
Dimensions: 210 x 143 mm
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