Balancing Family-Centered Services and Child Well-Being: Exploring Issues in Policy, Practice, Theory, and Research

Balancing Family-Centered Services and Child Well-Being: Exploring Issues in Policy, Practice, Theory, and Research

Balancing Family-Centered Services and Child Well-Being: Exploring Issues in Policy, Practice, Theory, and Research

Balancing Family-Centered Services and Child Well-Being: Exploring Issues in Policy, Practice, Theory, and Research

Synopsis

With contributions ranging from academic and professional theorists and policy developers to independent social workers, this book explores the development of family-centered services, the processes by which these services are implemented, the problems the field now faces, and prospects for the future. Multi-faceted examinations of the field show how family-centered services and child well-being can be linked on a daily basis to better the lives of both parents and children.
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