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A study on aspects of social work intervention on self help group members

Author: 
Dr. Rashmi Rani Agnihotri, H. R.
Subject Area: 
Social Sciences and Humanities
Abstract: 

Social work is an academic and professional discipline that seeks to facilitate the welfare of communities, individuals, families, and groups. It may promote social change, development, cohesion, and empowerment. Underpinned by theories of social sciences and guided by principles of social justice, human rights, collective responsibility, and respect for diversities, social work engages people and structures to address life challenges and enhance well-being.a practicing professional with a degree in social work is called a social worker. Examples of fields a social worker may be employed in are Poverty relief, life skills, and community development, forensic, industrial relations, child protection, and elder protection, Women ’s rights, human rights, addictions, rehabilitation, disaster management, mental health, disabilities and Administration. Social Work Administration is also one of the important method. The need for social work which takes place within a framework of government policy and statute. In practice and at present, this refers largely to local authority social work services which have powers and responsibilities to intervene in the lives of individuals and families, generally with their consent but compulsorily in specified circumstances. It is in these areas of social work that many of the tensions and conflicts arise, not only for social workers but for people using their services and for the public. Some may be deterred from seeking social work help by fears that it could result in judgments about their ability to cope independently or care adequately for their children. There have long been debates about the relationship between the supportive, caring and enabling elements of social work and the need at times to exercise powers of removal or control for the protection of the individual, other family members or the public at large. This is a particular feature of local authority social work, and currently much less of an issue for most social workers employed in voluntary organizations or working independently. Patterns of employment are changing, however, with more social work posts located in multi-disciplinary and joint agency settings, and policy initiatives which could see more functions undertaken by voluntary and community organizations on behalf of the statutory Current policy direction and changing public expectations could also lead to a more fundamental shift away from a focus on statutory intervention and towards a culture where people positively seek social work support as part of their own problem-solving strategies. This would be consistent with policies to encourage independence and social inclusion, to help prevent problems arising or becoming worse by offering earlier support, and to enable people to take maximum responsibility for managing their own lives and playing their part as active citizens. It could also lead to social work becoming a mainstream, universally available service to which people turn, as they turn to their GP, for advice and assistance with complex problems and concerns. Here the Researcher study the Women self help group members with use of Social work interventions. A SHG is a group of about 10 to 20 people, usually women. From a similar class and region. Who come together to form savings and credit organization. They pool financial resources to make small interest bearing loans to their members. This process creates an ethic that focuses on savings first. The setting of terms and conditions and accounting of the loan are done in the group by designated member. The Study is Purely Theoretical. The Study is based on secondary data sources. The necessary information about the Self help groups and social perspectives, its various components are collected from Books, Journals, Internet Source or related topic. The Researcher study about the Social work intervention on self help groups in detail, The Research Work includes, Concept of Self help groups, Methodology, Social work intervention on self help group members etc.

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