Effective Communication and Engagement with Children and Young People, their Families and Carers
Ally Dunhill, Barbara Elliott, Angela Shaw
SAGE, Jul 6, 2009 - Social Science - 136 pages
This book focuses on providing information and guidance for professionals involved in the newly emerging multi-agency, interdisciplinary children's workforce. It does so by helping them to understand the theory behind the issues relating to communication and engagement in multi-agency settings for children and families. The book is of use to both students and those already working in the sector who are undertaking professional development to enhance understanding and skills in the new children's workforce environment.
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