Annotated Bibliography on Child Development Armstrong, J. & Shevellar , L. (2006). Re-thinking respite. SRV Journal, 1(1), 14-25. The article is based on the Social Role Valorization framework and the respite service model which are applied to changing children’s and parental social roles. The authors’ purpose is to examine the assumptions underlying the respite service model to learn how beneficial and applicable it might be. The argument is that if the respite model were renewing, it would enable parents to function more effectively. The article is intended for social workers. The main conclusion is that the respite model results in new thinking about acquiring valued social roles as opposed to avoiding devalued roles but there are...The end:
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