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Tuesday, 21 May 2013 13:33

Child Advocacy and Empowerment

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Child advocacy and child empowerment are extreamly important aspects of the role of a social worker.

CHILD ADVOCACY SOCIAL JUSTICE:

Protecting the Rights of the Child

  • Families

COURT PREPARATION AND PROCESS:

  • Victim
  • Subject
  • Parents
  • Teachers
  • Community

According to the Education Act Part 1 paragraph 10-21.

SWO selects specific individual Case Groups.

SWO ensures teachers and H.Ms implements and reinforce

CHILD EMPOWERMENT:

Assists the child to develop psychosocial skills to deal with

  • Conflict/Violence
  • Anger Management
  • Learned helplessness

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