Collaborative Practice in Social Care Work

Collaborative Practice in Social Care Work
Section One: Collaborative Practice in SocialCare Work

Social care work involves the provision of resources, support, care, and advice to vulnerable individuals who experience marginalization, disadvantages, and special needs (Hepworth & Rooney, 2016, p.83). The various groups of individuals given this special attention include children, the elderly, disabled, homeless, families in crisis, and others. Collaboration in social care work aids individuals and organizations to combine efforts in addressing the challenges faced and deliver positive results that not achievable by working alone. The sole purpose of partnering with sponsors in social work is to enhance the quality of services and shed light on societal problems faced by the various groups of individuals.

This content is for Monthly and Per Post members only.
Log In Register