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Family Relationships
  • Author:
    Edward Stresino
  • ISBN:
    0826328415
  • ISBN13:
    978-0826328410
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  • Publisher:
    University of New Mexico Press; Bilingual edition (January 18, 2002)
  • Pages:
    117 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Family Relationships
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    1488 kb
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    1903 kb
  • Rating:
    4.7
  • Votes:
    818
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Start by marking English/Spanish Child Abuse Phrase Book . Details (if other): Cancel. Side by side equivalent phrases in English and Spanish are readily grasped by the fluent and non-fluent speaker.

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The idea of the English/Spanish Child Abuse Phrase Book is simple English-speaking social workers who work with Spanish-speaking families would do well to keep a copy of this book with them at all times.

The idea of the English/Spanish Child Abuse Phrase Book is simple. It provides a word by word, phrase by phrase, guide to conducting a child abuse interview-in Spanish. Stresino has written this book based on his years of experience as a children's services worker in Emergency Response. The book has been used in child welfare training programs throughout California. English-speaking social workers who work with Spanish-speaking families would do well to keep a copy of this book with them at all times.

English/Spanish Child Abuse Phrase Book: Family-Social Worker Interview Manual/Manual Bilingüe . Spanish words and phrases, organized by topic. lt;br Phonetic transcriptions help you pronounce Spanish correctly.

Spanish for Social Services: Basic Spanish Series.

This book is an indispensable reference when a referral requires interviewing Spanish-speaking parents, guardians, or children. For over seven years the Phrase Book has been a staple in many child-welfare training programs throughout California. Presented in clear, concise phrases are questions and instructions commonly used in each step of the referral process.

Child Abuse Phrase Book: Family-Social Worker Interview Manual (Manual Bilingue para Familias).

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Essential Spanish for Social Services By Nancy Geshke. Child Abuse Phrase Book: Family Social Worker Interview (Manual/Manual Bilingue Para Familias) By Edward Stresino. Outreach Spanish By William C. Harvey. Spanish for Social Services By Ana Jarvis. Teaching Patients with Low Literacy Skills, 2nd Ed By Cecilia Doak, Leonard Doak, and Jane Root. Child Molestation and Sexual Abuse Interviewer's Guide, 1999. Kinship Care: Making the Most of a Valuable Resource By Rob Geen. The Latino Patient: A Cultural Guide for Health Care Providers By Nilda Chong.

Stresino, Edward, 1931-. Varying Form of Title: Child abuse phrase book. Van Nuys, CA : C'est Moi Meme, c1993. Publication, Distribution, et. Albuquerque Van Nuys, CA : C'est Moi Meme, c1993.

Bilingual English & Spanish Books. Some are simple stories while others explain certain parts of grammar. We hope that they prove useful.

These are the books that should be on every Spanglish family's bookshelf! . I have a separate post of authentic children’s books in Spanish, with a focus on Latino culture. No Spanglish home is complete without a stash of bilingual books for kids in Spanish and English. Thank you for your support!

The knock on the door comes just before midnight. Inside parents open the door slightly to peer at their unexpected visitor and ask, "¿De qué se trata?"

"Yo soy un trabajador social del Departamento de los Niños del Condado. Hay un informe de negligencia de que Uds. dejan a los niños solos."

It is an emotionally charged situation, but because the social worker can respond in Spanish communication is occurring. Each year in the United States an estimated three million children are reported abused or neglected, and referrals are promptly pursued to find out what has happened to the minor. This book is an indispensable reference when a referral requires interviewing Spanish-speaking parents, guardians, or children.

For over seven years the Phrase Book has been a staple in many child-welfare training programs throughout California. It has proved invaluable in improving language skills and service delivery for thousands of social workers and others.

Presented in clear, concise phrases are questions and instructions commonly used in each step of the referral process. These exchanges are not simply translations from English into Spanish; instead, each situation is visualized equally from each culture. Side-by-side are equivalent phrases in English and Spanish readily grasped by the fluent and non-fluent speaker.


PC-rider
Handy and helpful!
Grosho
I bought this book to ensure my vocabulary was up to par when I started a new job as a foster care case manager. It's easy to use and exactly what I needed! Highly recommend this book!
Prince Persie
This is a pretty straightforward guide for useful phrases for working with families going through Child Protective Services. It doesn't have so much the kind of therapeutic lingo for working with families with abuse issues that I was hoping for. Rather, the language is specific to an investigation of alleged child abuse, and the resulting consequences (NOT therapeutic assessments or evaluations.) However, it's still useful and I picked up a few vocabulary words I wasn't familiar with. If you are a DCFS/CPS worker or work with Spanish-speaking families in the system, this book should be helpful.
Jorius
This books is called CHILD ABUSE PHRASE BOOK, and that is exactly what it is. I was hoping that it might provide me with words or phrases that might be helpful in other areas of my clinical social work practice, but, as it states, it is very child-abuse-focused. Some of the translations to English are a little odd. For example, in discussing confidentiality, the script for the therapist says, "You can tell me anything. It's all right, I won't blurt it out."

I think this book is most useful for people who already have a good foundation of Spanish and just need the specific abuse-related terms. I'm glad to have it in my library.
Zololmaran
This book opens up the world in which Social Workers are able to communicate and understand victims in a precise manner, breaking the procedure down step by step, asking the questions that need to be asked, ultimately allowing the language barrier to come down.
I strongly recommend this book for those who are involved in the Social Work field and those in the Law Enforcement field who are confronted with various circumstances that are described in this book.
Abuse is a serious problem that, at times, is not reported or misunderstood exactly because of the language barrier. This book helps bridge the gap and will be useful in guiding people to enforce the law and helping those who are victims of abuse.
Coron
This is a nice resource for people who speak Spanish, but don't know Social Work jargon in Spanish. Even talks about court settings. The introduction is a nice little write-up that gives a client an understanding of why the CWS / CPS worker is contacting them. Glad I found it!