By Pam Carter, Tony Jeffs, Mark K. Smith
Social Working offers a framework for brooding about the day-by-day (and now not so day-by-day) studies of being a social employee. each one bankruptcy of the publication specializes in a key approach together with establishing the day-by-day around; retaining files; policing consumers, counselling; teaching; advising and advocating; dwelling along; supervision of employees and teamworking.
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Scott says he feels more worried now about the idea of 'going down' and wants to keep out of trouble. 36 Records and Record Keeping For me as worker Systematic recordings enable both client and worker to gain visual evidence of developments. Through recording I am able to gain an overall picture of work with a particular individual or group, and can observe how the interventions I have made build upon each other and evaluate the cumulative effect. I congratulated Dawn on her performance in the review meeting.
Methods include the critical incident technique, which involves asking myself a predetermined set of questions about the incident, recording the answers and then identifying a course of action and the resources I will need to carry it out. Process recordings are detailed and focus on the process of work done, rather than what happened as a result. Process recordings contain interpretation and descriptions of feelings, and are essentially a study tool. I also employ the descriptive account recording method which provides an account of what occurred, some analysis, and a plan for future action within a particular format: the page is divided into two columns, so that the account of events is separate from the analysis.
This includes clients' appointments with other agencies. Clients who fail to attend the project without good reason may end up facing breach proceedings. Our system for this begins with a warning in letter form. Expected sessional attendances at the project are confirmed in writing. Assessment, reviews, personal documentation, care orders, social enquiry reports. This section contains 'official' documents written by other agencies regarding the client, and copies of any court or assessment reports written by ourselves.
Social Working by Pam Carter, Tony Jeffs, Mark K. Smith