In this issue of Cooperative Approaches, we continue our analysis of cooperative approaches in society by focusing on social welfare on the premise that development of a society can be measured by the position and fate it assigns to people in difficulty.
Social work professionals explain how they have shifted their perspective giving the people they work with status of ‘subjects’ capable of autonomous decision-making and accompanied by professionals in building and fulfilling their own lives. Supporters and people with disabilities thus enter into a cooperative approach acting together.
Enjoy rour reading !
To read the journal in "flipbook" mode, click on the button below
The "flipbook" mode allows you to read the journal online by flipping through the pages as you would with a real magazine