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5.0 out of 5 stars **Brilliant**, 8 Mar 2014
This review is from: Preventing Breakdown: A Manual For Those Working With Families And The Individuals Within Them (Spiral-bound)
The book explains how a front line worker, manager or policy maker can create an environment where families can exploit their potential to develop and protect their children. It offers tools and ideas that will guide workers into building on the family’s strengths and self efficacy, developing family pride, a focus on solutions and a determination to succeed. Before taking that most damaging step of taking children away from their homes and families and leaving them in strange and unfamiliar environments, childcare social workers, managers, and ultimately policy makers must be able to say that the alternatives have been tried, that family and community strengths have been explored, developed and exploited and that there really is no other option.
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