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사회복지생활시설의 운영체계 개선방안(A study on the improvement of management systems for social welfare facilities)

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  • 박세경; 김승권; 변용찬; 서동우; 이태진; 오영희
  • 한국보건사회연구원


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Title 사회복지생활시설의 운영체계 개선방안(A study on the improvement of management systems for social welfare facilities)
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박세경; 김승권; 변용찬; 서동우; 이태진; 오영희

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서울:한국보건사회연구원

Date 2003-12
Series Title; No 연구 / 2003-12
Pages 218
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language Korean
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Subject Social Development < Social Welfare
Holding 한국보건사회연구원

Abstract

Although general social welfare conditions have improved considerably in the past several decades, the provision of welfare services at social welfare facilities is one of the critical problems in Korea. Particularly, several barriers were examined, including inadequate budget, lack of residential workers, inefficient management plan, and low quality of living condition for residents, with a view to improving the quality of care at those facilities. Many of the problems prevailing in social welfare facilities can be gradually solved by increasing financial support from the government. However, establishing and improving professional, efficient management systems for those facilities is an important advance. In this respect, this study is concerned with how to revamp management systems for social welfare facilities including child welfare facilities, mother-child welfare facilities, elderly care facilities, facilities for the disabled, facilities for the homeless, and mental health facilities. Based on system theory, four different management systems of those welfare facilities(i.g., physical environment facilitating system, organization and employment facilitating system, financial managing system, and service and program managing system) are analyzed. In conclusion, several policy suggestions are made on the 4 different management systems for each type of social welfare facility. Mostly, these policy reponses are associated with how to improve the quality of workplace for social workers, how to provide the standard costs and standard management plans, and how to implement professional training system for welfare workers.