FS2100 - Family Services III

Family Services III is the third and final course in the family services series. Family Services III will focus on family supports by introducing students to social welfare policies and programs. The course will provide an historical overview of social welfare policies and programs in both public and private sectors. Students will learn how these policies and programs outline the services that are available to meet the needs of families. The purpose of this course is to provide students with the knowledge and practical skills to assist families in being functional by providing emotional support, listening, understanding and demonstrating empathy for the situations that many families are dealing with. Students will learn the roles associated with providing support to families.


Prerequisite(s): FS1101



This course is offered in the following programs:
Community Studies