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the Role of Case Work and Case Management within the Social Service Workforce

April 2, 2012

 I will be one of the speakers in tomorrow’s webinar that is part of the ‘Social Service Workforce Strengthening Webinar Series’ – an initiative funded by PEPFAR and implemented by USAID partner CapacityPlus. I will be presenting preliminary findings of a recent study with UNICEF ESARO on the role of case management for children in Eastern and Southern Africa, thereby connecting the fields of social protection and child protection. Participation in the webinar is open to all,

 More information about the webinar can be found below, and more information about the Social Service Workforce Strengthening initiative can be found online.


Social Service Workforce Strengthening

Webinar Series

 5th Webinar Topic

The Role of Case Work and Case Management within the Social Service Workforce

April 3, 2012

9:00 AM – 11:00 AM EST (Washington)

This webinar will offer an open forum for discussion about the role of case management in strengthening systems of care and providing better coordination of services for vulnerable children and families.

During the webinar, we will discuss what is meant by “case management” in different settings in order to help address some of the confusion around the topic. Presenters will discuss various approaches that have been developed in different countries, as exemplified by case management definitions, standards of practice, and research studies.

During these discussions, we will have the opportunity to explore the extent to which case management involves a mixture of collective and individual action, and how that mixture might differ based on views of a child within the context of his or her family and community.

Participants may log onto the webinar session by following the instructions described at the following link.

(Note that the link will not be active until April 3rd). Please ensure that your computer or laptop has a speaker.

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