this case relates to Children Act 1989, Children and family Act 2014, Human Right Act 1998, Mental health Act 1983, Safeguarding Children

Assignment Instructions:

The summative assignment is a written assignment (4,000 words). Students choose a case study and are asked to apply (1) the relevant law central to the social work role. (2) Students are required to incorporate a critical ethical dimension, underpinned by human rights legislation and professional values. (3) Finally, with reference to the case
study, students are required to display knowledge of social policy and a critical understanding of potential conflict with law and ethics.

Note on areas to look at:

look at what the law says and what the different author, articles and books says.

This case relates to Children Act 1989, Children and family Act 2014, Human Right Act 1998, Mental health Act 1983, Safeguarding Children.

Area of main concern from a social worker point of view:

  • Mother not in education and employment and struggles both financially and emotionally to meet the needs of her two children (children Act 1989, e.g section, 17, section, 3, section 47 etc)
  • Mother fled violence from husband (domestic and emotional Abuse)
  • Family relies of food donations from food bank (Child care Act)
  • Mother lives in temporal accommodation provided by local authority (Social welfare Law Homelessness in UK)
  • Mother recently diagnosed with anxiety and depression (Mental Health Act 1983)
  • Mother’s anxiety issue and depression have detrimental impact on her wellbeing.

Please the assignment involves

  • Critical thinking and crystal writing that are fundamental to level 7 (Masters) academic writing.
  • Please note that markers will look for evidence of critical analysis and writing throughout the work.
  • The writer needs to present an argument in the introduction
  • The writer should present what the different writer says critically and not their opinion.

Assignment Instructions:

The summative assignment is a written assignment (4,000 words). Students choose a case study and are asked to apply (1) the relevant law central to the social work role. (2) Students are required to incorporate a critical ethical dimension, underpinned by human rights legislation and professional values. (3) Finally, with reference to the case
study, students are required to display knowledge of social policy and a critical understanding of potential conflict with law and ethics.

Note on areas to look at:

look at what the law says and what the different author, articles and books says.

This case relates to Children Act 1989, Children and family Act 2014, Human Right Act 1998, Mental health Act 1983

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