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Home > Arhiva > 2014 > Numar: 1 > Accesul la servicii comunitare de asistenţă socială Studiu calitativ al serviciilor de protecţie a copilului, la nivel comunitar

 Accesul la servicii comunitare de asistenţă socială Studiu calitativ al serviciilor de protecţie a copilului, la nivel comunitar [The Access to Community Administered Social Work Services A Qualitative Study of Residential Child Care Services]

  • Andrei Mihail Nartea (Freelance researcher, social work masters degree, sociology bachelor degree, Ploieşti city, telephone number 00400726264774. E-mail: )

The Romanian Social Work System is still far from being fully functional. The main themes associated with the problems within the system are lack of funds and personnel. However important these two factors, it is a known truth that social work systems are in no country the best financed sectors or the most attractive in terms of human resources. We consider that research should discover and describe other problems inside care institutions and social work organizations. Thus practitioners, legislators and researchers will get a broader view of the picture, and better understanding of the way things work (or don’t work) here. The study is the result of such an endeavor. It describes a set of procedures that are used in a public child care institution, of which some might be considered problematic or subject to improvement. For example, from a legal standpoint, the community is supposed to support and take part in the child care programs. In practice, community is represented in this task mainly by public servants, employees of the administration, which have an interest mainly in minimizing public expenses, not ensuring maximum efficiency and comfort for people in need. Another aspect is that, though the law specifies a complex procedure for accepting a person in the care system, the number of specialists that this person encounters on the way to receiving aid is minimized up to the point where only one to four such specialists actually evaluate, establish care programs and also see them through.

Keywords: social work, child care, social worker, public administration