Generalist Practice

A Generalist Practice is a social services practice that operates with a broad array of skills, professional roles, skills, methods, and settings to assist and empower clients. Based on the same values and ethics as social work, this type of practice lends itself to multi-level practices in both the private and public sectors. An example of this is state agencies that combine child protective services. adult protective services, elderly assistance, adoption and foster care, etc.

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