Family Intervention

Housing: To adapt the equipment to the needs of the family, facilitate access to housing for lack of, or inadequacy of which have, to ensure the maintenance of basic services. – Health education: hygiene and food: Acquisition of hygiene, monitoring health status, adequacy of sleep … – Social: Leisure: Participation in leisure activities and free time knowledge of the neighborhood, understanding the rules of coexistence … – Organization and Home Economics: Household Organization, distribution and allocation, ability to manage money) – Legal and legal: Get the legal minimum documentation, learn to develop autonomous institutions and organizations … – Education and Employment: Regulation of employment status, access to employment training, technical support and job search …

Intervention is a wealth of learning situations and the teacher must be clear and systematized what are the stages and components thereof. Three blocks define spaces or contexts of intervention: individual relationship, daily life and relationship with the community (Funes et al, 1998) – The individual relationship: the individual relationship is marked by personal interaction. The Educator plays, initially, an important role in this relationship, because it is the person responsible for starting the change process, establishing a framework of trust and sincerity on the basis of dialogue and conversation. – Everyday life: You have to highlight the role of everyday life in the process of family intervention.

One of the ingredients necessary to make the family intervention into the lives of the family, their living space, which is specified in the homes. We will have to understand why everyday life is an essential educational element, and why it must be understood as a context that facilitates and organizes structured and consistent space, time and resources of the family institution.