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A favorite accomplishment is one where a child welfare social worker was interning within the department to earn her MSW.
The purposes of the current research were to discover what child welfare social workers know about MEPA and IEPA, their views about the usefulness of the Acts in addressing 'race' issues in adoption and how the Acts have affected their child placement practices.
In this case the children alleged that their Fourteenth Amendment rights were violated when state child welfare social workers removed them from their mother's custody and then placed them in the custody of their abusive father.
Since the release of Zero to Three's principles on assessment of young children, child welfare social workers and other professionals have improved ways to incorporate parents and parenting caregivers into their child's team.