Assessment of Indian Families: Social Services
When doing an assessment of a Native American family, the social worker needs to understand four quadrants of the Indian family. The focus of this paper is to introduce the four quadrants, define them, and explain the Indian Child Welfare Act. The four quadrants are context, mental, physical, and spiritual. Legally, Native American families and child welfare have to be approached differently than other families. As a social worker, it is crucial to understand and respect Native American culture to provide a helpful and accurate assessment.
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