By joanna nicolas home visits are a crucial aspect of social work but their value can be overlooked a common finding from serious case reviews is that social workers do not understand the childs world and there is no better opportunity to develop and build this understanding than to spend time in their home. This pocketbook will be a valuable tool for both qualified professionals and students focusing on how to conduct a home visit in child protection this book provides useful advice including examples of good and bad practice diagrams and flowcharts illustrating processes and quick links to the law. Read conducting the home visit in child protection by joanna nicolas with rakuten kobo pocketbook guide full of practical advice for social workers for conducting home visits in child protection. The investigation commences with a first visit generally to the family home but sometimes to another location such as a school or a hospital where appropriate to the childs circumstances the aim is to have contact in person with parents and children. Child protection visits are a major part of a social workers role these visits can be undertaken over short or long periods of time dependant on the type of intervention that is needed
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