Over time, there have been changes in practices and underlying philosophies of the children's agency in regard to the relationship of the children's worker to the child's parents. Not realizing the role parents continued to play and the need to reckon with them every step of the way, the children's worker was satisfied to concentrate on the child's problems without contact with the family, either of an interpretive or case work nature. Various children's agencies have attempted to find solutions by addressing issues such as social examination on intake, family problems, and the child's attitude towards the family agency and the children's agency.
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Beser, Rose. Children's Workers' Relationship to the Child's Parents. The Jewish Social Service Quarterly. Jewish Communal Service Association of North America (JCSA),National Conference of Jewish Social Service. December 1932: