Remote and rural service delivery

Task:
Critically analyse the strengths and weaknesses in the delivery of services to remote communities via face to face and virtual service models. Identify within each approach the challenges for the human services worker. What professional development strategies could support the retention of such workers in delivering service to remote locations?

In considering each approach select one of the following population groups or service needs.

a) Mental Health services for remote Aboriginal communities
or
b) Domestic Violence services for women in remote and regional Australia

Draw reference from here please.
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Alston, M. (2009). Innovative human services practice: Australia’s changing landscape. Palgrave Macmillan. Victoria

Reamer, F (2013) Social work in a digital age: ethical and risk management challenges. Social Work Vol 58. 2. p163. Oxford University Press.

Regan, S. 1997, “Overcoming the tyranny of distance: Exploring the use of teleconferencing group counseling”, Australian Social Work, vol.50(1), March, pp.9-14.

Barlow, D.M. 1997, “Electronic community networks in rural Australia/>/>: A model for social development in the Information Society”, Australian Social Work, vol.50(1), pp.3-8
Some social and community aspects of the ICT use (Chapter 4). – pp.28-53.
The role of ICT in building communities and social capital : a discussion paper / Department of Communications, Information Technology and the Arts. – Canberra : Dept. of Communications, Information Technology and the Arts, 2005.

ICT transformation in the nonprofit sector (Section 3). – pp.13-36.
Source: Information and communications technology transforming the nonprofit sector : a discussion paper / Department of Communications, Information Technology and the Arts. – Canberra/>/> : Dept. of Communications, Information Technology and the Arts, 2005.
Some social and community aspects of the ICT use (Chapter 4). – pp.28-53.
Source: The role of ICT in building communities and social capital : a discussion paper / Department of Communications, Information Technology and the Arts. – Canberra/>/> : Dept. of Communications, Information Technology

Galambos, C., Wilson Watt, J., Anderson, K. Danis, F. Journal of Social Work Values and Ehics.
Ethics Forum. Rural Social Work Practice. March 2006
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