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date: 24 November 2020

Children: Overviewlocked

  • Dorinda N. NobleDorinda N. NobleTexas State University–San Marcos

Summary

Children are interesting, resilient people, whose lives are often perilous. Social workers deal extensively with children and families, and with policies that affect children, to help children and families overcome family disruption, poverty, and homelessness. Social workers also provide mental health care while working to ensure that children get medical care. Schools are areas of practice for social workers dealing with children. The issues of ethical practice and social justice for children are complex.

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