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Students are introduced to legislation, policies, services and generalist practice in the child welfare system. Through lecture, discussion, in-class and off-site activities students learn basic case management responsibilities and skills for serving children and families. The strengths-based perspective is emphasized as students study and practice interviewing and assessment, collaborative problem solving, ethical decision making and documentation. Co-requisite: HUS 103