One of the young migrants, who I am working with, Sude -12 years old-, who was really active and social, since last week she is really isolated and deconcentrated. Many times I tried to approach and communicate with her, but she didn’t want to discuss with me. It seems like something concern her. I thought we had a very good communication between each other, and always I was so respectful and empathetic with her.
We have built a trust relationship, so I expected to feel comfortable in expressing her thoughts and feelings.
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What are the main issues of this story?
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According to this case study, what difficulties does the social worker meet?Grading can be reviewed and adjusted.Grading can be reviewed and adjusted.
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What do you suggest him, in order to improve his communication with Sude?Grading can be reviewed and adjusted.Grading can be reviewed and adjusted.
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In the following text, please complete, with the following words/phrases, the skills that a social worker should have during the collaboration process with young migrants:
- respected throughout
- respect confidentiality
Many children and adults come into contact with social work services at a time in their lives when they’re vulnerable or distressed. So it’s crucial that their concerns, their wellbeing and their rights are . Sometimes we have to make on their or with others about them – like when someone is acutely ill or a young child who has been . We must be in the way we refer to them in letters or reports or at professionals’ meetings and as much as possible