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Organizations like the Saskatchewan Association of Social Workers include advocacy around social issues as an element of ethical conduct in the profession. Work toward promoting optimal development of the child and enhancing available resources within the agency and in the community, including resources for independent living/emancipation. 47. Care and support of all vulnerable groups ( Destitute, the indigent, the sick and their families) BACKSLASH BACKSLASH Responsible for coordinating National, Regional and International relations on Social Welfare matters.

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Publisher: University of California Press (December 9, 1996)

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