Importance Of Service Enhancement
Although I have been around children losing parents whilst in defence, drug and alcohol abuse affecting family stability this was always as a co-worker or as a request from my seniors. Apart from my readings and study I am looking forward to using this time to increase my ability to deal with these situations in a professional mode from the initial meeting to working through the processes to help the clientele to the best of my ability whilst maintaining practice principles. I have lived my life in a middle class family where I have not gone without the basic necessities to survive and was raised in a safe household so although I have not shared similar experiences it does not limit my level of passion for wanting to work with youth or children who are living …show more content…
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