9781598572155-1598572156-Understanding Families: Supportive Approaches to Diversity, Disability, and Risk, Second Edition

Understanding Families: Supportive Approaches to Diversity, Disability, and Risk, Second Edition

ISBN-13: 9781598572155
ISBN-10: 1598572156
Edition: Second
Author: Hanson Ph.D., Marci, Lynch Ph.D., Eleanor
Publication date: 2013
Publisher: Brookes Publishing
Format: Paperback 304 pages
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ISBN-13: 9781598572155
ISBN-10: 1598572156
Edition: Second
Author: Hanson Ph.D., Marci, Lynch Ph.D., Eleanor
Publication date: 2013
Publisher: Brookes Publishing
Format: Paperback 304 pages

Summary

Acknowledged authors Hanson Ph.D., Marci, Lynch Ph.D., Eleanor wrote Understanding Families: Supportive Approaches to Diversity, Disability, and Risk, Second Edition comprising 304 pages back in 2013. Textbook and eTextbook are published under ISBN 1598572156 and 9781598572155. Since then Understanding Families: Supportive Approaches to Diversity, Disability, and Risk, Second Edition textbook was available to sell back to BooksRun online for the top buyback price of $ 14.40 or rent at the marketplace.

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Today's American families are more complex and diverse than ever before—and today's child and family professionals must be fully prepared to meet their needs. Interventionists, educators, health care professionals, therapists, and social workers will get the strong foundation they need with the NEW edition of this trusted textbook, a comprehensive guide to working effectively and respectfully with contemporary families.

Highly respected experts Marci Hanson and Eleanor Lynch have expanded and updated their bestselling text, weaving in cutting-edge research on social, demographic, and economic changes and connecting the research to best practices in family-centered care. With a strong emphasis on family resilience, this book gets preservice and in-service professionals ready to

  • work with a broad range of families with diverse structures, backgrounds, and circumstances
  • communicate and collaborate effectively with every family they serve
  • support families of children with disabilities
  • advance strong parent–child attachment and interactions
  • match services and supports with each family's desired goals and outcomes
  • address risk factors such as poverty, addiction, and violence
  • promote the mental health of young children and their parents
  • apply human development theories in their work with children
  • defuse common sources of tension between families and professionals

With this cornerstone textbook, the new generation of child and family professionals will have the research and practical guidance they need to improve the lives and outcomes of 21st-century families.

WHAT'S NEW
Timely new information on:

  • Demographic changes in the past decade
  • Cultural and linguistic diversity
  • Economic issues caused by the recession
  • The needs of infants and very young children
  • Infant mental health

Plus helpful sample questions to guide service providers' interactions with families!

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