EXPLORING THE EFFECTS OF COMMUNITY RESOURCES ON CLIENT PROGRESS IN CASE PLANNING AS ASSESSED BY SOCIAL WORKERS IN CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES
Date of Award
Master of Social Work
School of Social Work
First Reader/Committee Chair
The research study explored the impact of community resources has on client progress in their case plans as assessed by social workers in Child Welfare Services. The study site was at the Children and Family Services Agency in Central California. The data was gathered using face-to-face interviews with social workers by using a prepared interview guide, which was later transcribed for data analysis utilizing axial, and selective coding. During the Data analysis the researchers found two major themes that have an influence in the clients’ case progression and they include the following: 1.) barriers towards case plan progression and 2.) key elements to case plan progression. The termination of the study included the preparation of the study findings and was presented to the gatekeepers of the research site.
Perez, Mary Carmen and Prendergast, Desiree Violet, "EXPLORING THE EFFECTS OF COMMUNITY RESOURCES ON CLIENT PROGRESS IN CASE PLANNING AS ASSESSED BY SOCIAL WORKERS IN CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES" (2018). Electronic Theses, Projects, and Dissertations. 683.
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