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The argument on whether Sociology is relevant and can be applied to social work training is over or at least “receding”. Both sociologists and social workers pondering the question are fairly well of the same opinion as to what has happened, even though some of their writings show traces of...
The social work profession has an on-going responsibility for the evaluation of treatment strategies in social service. This responsibility relates both to strategies that have become traditional and to strategies only recently advocated. Professional concern focuses on two major issues: the...
During 1968, a centre for the treatment of autistic children was established in Perth, Western Australia, under the administration of the Mental Health Services. It was named in honour of Dr. Mildred Creak, whose authoritative contribution to the study of autism and her invaluable assistance in...
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