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THE ROLE OF WORKERS IN SOCIAL WELFARE DEPARTMENT (A CASE STUDY OF CENTRAL HOSPITAL AGBOR DELTA STATE)`

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INTRODUCTION

 Social welfare  services is a system  of law programmes and benefits which strengthens or assume provision for meeting social need recognized as basic for the welfare of the population and for the functioning of he social order.  
 They are services oriented while social workers in social welfare services carry-out  those services in the hospital that are considered as a integral professional part of the institution.
 The aim of this long essay is a analyze the ways in which social work in social  welfare department contribute to the maintenance of social order. 
 Social welfare department is found in most hospital in Nigeria the social welfare services are rendered in the hospital in order to promote the optimum health of patient populations.
 The social welfare departments are usually interested in the social aspects of the patients illness treatment and rehabilitation’s .
 The social welfare department does not work with every patient coming  to the hospital, the department renders services only to those patients whose social situations are responsible either in causing the illness or in retarding the process of recovering.
 The social welfare department may have cause to render services to all patience if there is any reason to suspect that all the disease in which a potential social problem  is suspected.
 The department may have to render  services to all patients coming to the hospital with the confirmed cases of typhoid, , malaria or T.B.
 The social welfare department does  a lot ease the social problem that exist within the hospital or rather   find a permanent situation into resolving it.
 The social welfare department was establish in 1972 in the hospital by the colonial masters. It is in this department that social work practices is carried out extensively.
 The social welfare department at the central hospital, Agbor has a staff strength of two and the department at the central hospital, Agbor has a staff  strength of two and the department is headed by Mr. S. Okoh.
 All clients who need social assistance are treated alike with out prejudice, irrespective   of their social class ethics and religious background. The social situation of clients  in the entire discussion are critically and carefully understood, to ensure that the problem is know because the client might not   open up properly even after the first meeting  with the social worker.
 For the social  welfare department to be able to perform their roles, the social workers in the department must exhibit these qualities.  
A. The social worker must perceive  clearly and understand the dynamic of human behaviour of the clients, so that the can help them develop self direction, problem solving mechanism which when applied to other area of social functioning, results in the development of antonomous functioning. 
B. He should not discriminate against any client or patient irrespective of his status .
C. He should not be too flashy 
D. He should not be  greedy.
E. The social worker should be able to accept the  profession and the client.
F. His work must be carried out in confidentiality.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

TITLE PAGE        II
APPROVAL PAGE      III
DEDICATION        IV
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT      V
ABSTRACT       VI
TABLE OF CONTENT       VII
CHAPTER ONE 
INTRODUCTION 
1.1 HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF CENTRAL HOSPITAL AGBOR       4
1.2 PURPOSE OF THE STUDY    5
1.3 SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY   5
1.4 SCOPE OF THE STUDY     6
1.5 LIMITATIONS       7
1.6 DEFINITION OF TERMS    7
1.7 REFERENCE      8
CHAPTER TWO
2.1 FUNCTION OF THE CENTRAL HOSPITAL AGBOR
2.2 ROLES OF THE SOCIAL WELFARE DEPARTMENT IN CENTRAL HOSPITAL AGBOR  
2.3 TYPES OF CASES HANDLED AND DURING MY INDUSTRIAL TRAINING AT THE SOCIAL WELFARE DEPARTMENT CENTRAL HOSPITAL AGBOR
2.4 PERSONAL EXPERIENCE AS RELATED TO THEORIES OF SOCIAL WORK      18
2.5 FORMAT  FOR REFERRAL CENTRAL  HOSPITAL P.M.B 2025 AGBOR       19
2.6 REFERENCES      25
CHAPTER THREE
3.1 CONCLUSION       28
3.2 RECOMMENDATION      29
3.3 REFERENCES       31
RESEARCH INSTRUMENT USED    
SOURCES OF DATA 
TREATMENT OF DATA 
THE ROLE OF WORKERS IN SOCIAL WELFARE DEPARTMENT (A CASE STUDY OF CENTRAL HOSPITAL AGBOR DELTA STATE)`

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