Working with Families with Complex Needs – Level 3

Working with Families with Complex Needs - Level 3
  • Duration: 3 hours

Synopsis of Working with Families with Complex Needs

Many professionals from a multitude of organisations will come into contact with ‘families’ in their line of work on a daily basis.

The initial reason for this contact for instance, may appear quite simple because family dynamics can be complicated and  above all extremely complex.  This in turn will therefore impact on the work that individual professionals do.

In conclusion, some professionals therefore may become involved because of the complexity and related concerns.

Others may become involved in a fragmented way, or because a number of issues have resulted in the need for a specific service.

No two situations are the same and as professionals, we all need to understand this, how to manage this and how to understand the methods for dealing with the differing needs that will occur.

This course(Working with Families with Complex Needs) is aimed at line managers or senior practitioners who will have to manage a variety of complex issues and family situations on a daily basis.

By the end of this course learners should understand:

  • An overview of modern family life and what a ‘complex’ family looks like
  • How families become ‘broken’ and how they can be supported
  • How the government and professional agencies are tackling the complexities
  • The theories behind the practice and how these can be used most effectively
  • How to support staff and encourage them to reflect on their practice

Course Contents
Module 1: Modern Society and family life

  • Introduction
  • Families with multiple and complex needs
  • Understanding Anti-Social Behaviour (ASB) and the links with complex families
  • The impact of Anti – Social Behaviour
  • Family Dynamics
  • Social and Community relationships
  • Relationships with Agencies
  • Overcoming barriers
  • Partnership working

Module 2: Case Study – How do families become troubled?

  • Case study 1: A time line of events

Module 3: Troubled Families Agenda and best practice

  • The troubled Families Agenda and best practice
  • Family Intervention approach
  • Evidence based theory

Module 4: Reflection and frames of reference

  • Reflection
  • Frame of reference

Module 5: Case study – Positive outcomes

  • Case study 2: Producing a positive outcome in reality

References
Department for communities and local government. Working with troubled families – A guide to good practice 2012 Crown copyright – Accessed September 2018
www.simplypsychology.org>bandura accessed September 2018
www.simplypsychology.org>Bowlby accessed September 2018
www.simplypsychology.org>baumrind accessed September 2018
www.ons.gov.uk accessed September 2018
www.gov.uk>publications>troubledfamilies accessed September 2018


There is no review for this course

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