TARGETED ACTIVITIES IN GROUP CONTEXTS The analysis of activities to meet consumer need
AbstractThis article acknowledges the lack of analytical frameworks to aid the practitioner in selecting and organising activities to meet the needs of individuals and groups in residential, day care, and a wide range of social groupwork settings. The contribution of the relevant literature is reviewed. The results of the author’s use of a framework to analyse activities in a day centre for people recovering from mental illness are described.
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How to Cite
Phillips, J. (2020). TARGETED ACTIVITIES IN GROUP CONTEXTS The analysis of activities to meet consumer need. Groupwork, 2(1), 48-57. https://doi.org/10.1921/gpwk.v2i1.1387