Getting Started as a Residential Child Care Worker? A Guide for BeginnersBy:
Jesse E. Crone
Presented in nontechnical language, this pocket-sized book should be read and reread before the first day of a residential child care worker's job placement. This orientation manual provides necessary, concrete information to help avoid mistakes with children, families, co-workers, and the community . . . mistakes that may be costly or impossible to repair. Subjects include the first day on the job, the primacy of guarding the safety and health of the children, the basics of child management, paperwork, and teamwork. A handy, helpful tool to get beginners off to a sound start.
CWLA Stock Number: 2188
Publication Date: 1984