How can standards be used to help a social care worker reflect on their practice
All social workers, regardless of practice settings, will inevitably work with clients facing acute or long-term situations involving life-limiting illness, dying, death, grief, and bereavement. [ Using their expertise in working with populations from varying cultures, ages, socioeconomic status, and nontraditional families, social workers help families across the life span in coping with
trauma, suicide, and death, and must be prepared to assess such needs and intervene appropriately. this can help a social worker to reflect on their practice ]
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