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Promoting Complex Needs, Partnership and Parenting in Child Protection

Families living on the edge of child protection face a number of problems at the same time. Complexity of service needs requires a much more client-centric approach and assumes that service providers are able to adapt to the changed socio-economic environment. The study draws attention to the importance of some topics in international discourse, such as complex needs of the clients, importance of partnerships and support of parenthood. The Alliance's working paper 'The role of social service workforce development in care reform' is cited within the research.

Andrea Racz
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Journal article - open access
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