Six Processes of the Social Work Practice

  1. Social Casework helps the individual client to effect better social relationships and social adjustment that make it possible for him to lead a satisfying and useful life.
  2. Social Group Work helps people to participate in the activities of a group for their intellectual, emotional and physical growth, and for the achievement of goals considered desirable by society.
  3. Community Organization, the process of planning and developing social services in order to meet health and welfare needs of a community or a larger unit.
  4. Social Welfare Administration, the process of directing and organizing a social agency.
  5. Social Welfare Research, inquiry into the validity of the structure and methods of Social Work.
  6. Social Action, the organized group process for solving general social problems, and furthering social welfare objectives by legislative, social, health and economic progress.

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