In the previous chapter, we saw how the multiprofessional responsibilities of practitioners are exercised in safeguarding children. This chapter focuses on the core contribution of social work when a child is identified as in need or perhaps even in danger. Whichever area of working with children and families you are interested in, it is important for successful integrated working and a comprehensive knowledge base that you understand the process of assessing and potentially intervening when a child is in need.
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