Yesterday’s weekend reading focused on engaging ‘hard to reach’ families. The quote for today is from one of those readings (Bromfield, Sutherland & Parker, 2012) which suggests that strengths-based approaches are an important strategy . I’ve certainly found that strengths-based approaches help engage individuals and families in a range of contexts. While it sounds easy, in practice it can be quite challenging – but worth the effort.
Bromfield, L., Sutherland, K., & Parker, R. (2012). Families with multiple and complex needs: Best interests case practice model Melbourne: The Victorian Department of Human Serivices.
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