Directory of direct work tools to use with children and young people
Author: Direct work tools reviewed by Yvonne Shemmings
Publication Date: 27 March 2018
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The direct work tools listed below have all been tried and tested by social workers in everyday practice. This directory provides a range of ideas to use with children and young people. It is important to stress, however, the manner in which direct work tools are introduced and used with children is essential to their […]
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