Family centred practice in childrens services requires a widening of the traditional child assessment lens the practitioners focus of interest must move beyond the well being of an individual child to the well being of the child while nested in a family. Barry trute and diane heibert murphy partnering with parents family centred practice in childrens services university of toronto press toronto canada 2013 336 pp isbn 9781442610507 3295 pbk. Filling this significant gap partnering with parents is a primer on family centred practice for professionals working in childrens health and developmental services the material in this textbook. Providing examples of the application of family centred practice in a wide range of service settings partnering with parents will be useful for the social workers nurses psychologists and allied health professionals who work together in complex service situations
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