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Are Families Getting the Help They Need? Making Services More Accessible
Families facing multiple challenges such as disability, mental health difficulties, poverty or financial stress, and/or discrimination can find the service sector difficult to navigate. Social workers and psychotherapists can also feel hindered in obtaining and shaping services to meet clients’ needs. This webinar examines the cracks in current systems of care and what can be done to make services more accessible.
Describe the obstacles families face in obtaining care
Identify ways social workers and psychotherapists can ease burdens on families
Consider what structural reforms are needed to alleviate current problems
1.5 Social Work
Specialty Practice Sections
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