Reflection on the Child Welfare System

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Question description

Watch the film titled Losing Isaiah (1:46:53) and reflect on what you have learned regarding the child welfare system as a result of this video and your participation in this class.


In your initial post, respond to the following questions:

  1. If you were the human service practitioner in this film, what values and ethics would you use to guide your practice? Justify your decisions based on what you have learned about child welfare in this course.
  2. How can you apply what you have learned in this video and throughout the course to your future career?

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brilliantmind
School: Cornell University

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Both values and ethics are very crucial to any organization. The people working as
human service practitioners are not an exception though both terms are extremely broad. The
ethics of compromise and integration ...

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