Practical Strategies for Social Work Supervision. Experiences of Social Workers of the Hope Family Program Supervisor in East Java

Practical Strategies for Social Work Supervision. Experiences of Social Workers of the Hope Family Program Supervisor in East Java

Practical Strategies for Social Work Supervision The Experience of Social Workers of the Hope Family Program Supervisor in East Java is one of the first works of writing the experience of one of the human resources implementing the Harapan Family Program.
The inspiration for the book emerged because the Peksos supervisor of the Family Hope Program in carrying out activities was always covered in three aspects, first knowledge (knowledge), skills (skills) and values ​​(values). The three of them always color social work. Second, social workers have an educational background in social workers or social welfare from high schools, universities that organize social welfare in Indonesia. The three supervisory social workers have a diversity of experiences and different supervision practices in each assisted area, both in cities and districts in East Java.
The experience of the practice of social work supervision is quite varied, comprehensive and challenges every social service carried out in a work setting in the community. Each chapter is explained in a straightforward and clear presentation, various stories and writings are presented 5 w and 1 h what, where, when, who and which (what, where, when, who, which) and (how) how.
The first chapter presents the practical experience of family development session (fds) supervision or family capacity building meetings (p2k2). Together, changing and reaping the expectations of the Peksos supervisor describes the process of monitoring and evaluation of routine meeting activities held every month with the diversity of the number of assisted groups different from one another. Regular monthly meetings as the obligation of beneficiary families by the social assistance of the Family Hope Program in the supervision of Peksos supervisors are often carried out in fact not separated from the application of methods and techniques in the world of social work.
The methods used are case work (individual), group work (group, community) and community organization and development (organizational and community development). The techniques used were varied, from small talk, in-depth interviews, observation and the like.
Family development sessions (FDS) are also a practice of individual problem solving methods, because the discussion of themes or sessions for each module is both education and child care at home, child protection, health and nutrition, financial management and business planning. and social welfare. The entire session and module is actually viewed from individual problem solving or case work, raising problems may occur, are and will occur in beneficiary families of the Family Hope Program.

The implementation of family capacity building meetings is often indirectly practiced and practiced methods.

Each time the beneficiary families started a monthly meeting, they were often started by being asked about the news and the like by the social facilitator and the Peksos supervisor.

In fact, to make activities interesting and there is interaction, two-way communication is carried out to eliminate boredom because the learning carried out includes adult learning (pod).

The material presented following the sessions and modules clearly by the social assistant is also interesting, not a few human resources are increasingly innovative in their delivery because they have also attended family development sessions (fds) training or family capacity building meetings (p2k2).

Still in the first chapter, these activities can be done indoors and outdoors.

The discussion that follows in chapter two, inspires change and cooperation. The writing presented found many breakthroughs to maximize performance in the Family Hope Program, both for beneficiary families and developing partnership networks. There are portraits of discussion of graduation, participatory coaching assessment, evaluation of graduation of Madiun city and there are still many articles written by other social workers supervisors in East Java.

The third chapter describes learning together to solve problems. Case management, complaint handling are also written in the book. Interestingly, the intervention of stunting cases using the group work method for beneficiary families of the Family Hope Program in Trenggalek, social work supervision is also presented in the book. Each chapter description theme has an interesting discussion.

The discussion in chapter four describes achieving dreams to achieve hope. Partnership networks in developing joint business groups, hacking economic independence are excerpts of the potential discussed in this chapter.

The fifth chapter describes all the Peksos supervisors of the Harapan Family Program in East Java, among the writings of appointing family parents who are beneficiaries of the Family Hope Program to have three great children, sellers who are keen to declare themselves prosperous independent graduations, social workers between philosophical and organizational also present in the book.

A complement to the Peksos supervisor's questionnaire written by Iwan Hendrawan was also beautifully crafted by the social worker supervisor of the Blitar Family Hope Program.

This book consists of two hundred and sixty five pages and five chapters published by Instrans Publishing Malang.

This book cannot be separated from the contribution of social workers supervisors of the Family Hope Program in East Java to provide their best experiences in the districts and cities where they were assigned from the Ministry of Social Affairs.

We really hope for criticism and input in the first work of social workers supervisors Family Hope Program.

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