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Type of publication: Straipsnis / Article
Author(s): Šatkauskienė, Sandra
Title: Bendradarbiavimo sistemos kūrimas socialinio darbo intervencijos procese: „Stengiamės, kad neišeitų į niekur“
Other Title: Cooperating system building in the process of social work intervention: „We try that client doesn‘t go to nowhere“
Is part of: Socialinis darbas. Patirtis ir metodai, 2016, nr. 17(1), p. 55-78
Date: 2016
Keywords: Socialinio darbo intervencija;Psichikos sveikata;Socialinės pagalbos tinklas;Bendruomenė;Intervention of social work;Mental health;Social support network;Community
Abstract: Straipsnyje aptariama, kaip stacionarioje psichikos sveikatos įstaigoje dirbantys socialiniai darbuotojai reflektuodami savo profesinę patirtį apibūdina bendradarbiavimo sistemos kūrimą socialinio darbo intervencijos procese. Tyrimas atskleidė, kad stacionarioje psichikos sveikatos priežiūros įstaigoje dirbantys socialiniai darbuotojai reflektuodami savo profesinę patirtį bendradarbiavimo sistemos kūrimą socialinio darbo intervencijos procese apibūdina kaip šeimos įtraukimą į pagalbos procesą ir socialinio pagalbos tinklo organizavimą.
The study revealed that mental health social workers reflecting their professional experience, development of cooperative system building in social work intervention process describes as family involvement to the helping process and organization of social assistance network. Family understand as primary system of help, which can help a person, who has mental health disorders, to cope with challenges of everyday life. Social support network organization as a social work intervention activity directed toward cooperation with other agencies. The aim of cooperation is to initiate the continuity of help after hospital treatment, to facilitate person’s return home. Social workers cooperation with other help systems reveals that other agencies faced with missing resources, it need to provide the help. This compounded return to the community, the continuity of help in environment, where person lives and community help provision capacities after hospitalization. It seems that existing help provision – reception tradition is centralized and availability and accessibility dependent of potential client initiative unilaterally.
Appears in Collections:Socialinis darbas. Patirtis ir metodai / Social Work. Experience and Methods 2016, nr. 17(1)

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