By GRACE MATHEW
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Physical needs pertain to the biological needs of food, shelter, clothing, and the psychosocial needs pertain to love, recognition, security, opportunities for not only intellectual and emotional growth but also for fulfilment of one's potential. The major social roles, as mentioned earlier, are those connected with being a parent, a spouse, and wage earning worker, the latter indicating the individual's social position in terms of carrying on an occupation for earning a living. A problem which defies an individual's coping skills may be the end result or derivative of other problems or difficulties that remain unsolved from an earlier point of time.
Non-fulfilment of needs A man who is debilitated by destitution and poverty may have difficulty in adequately performing his role as a father to his children. The individual who was deprived of love in his childhood may have blocks in expressing love to others. 2. Divergent role expectations Discrepancies occur between the expectations that one has of one's role and the expectations that others have of the same role: For example, a woman may not be aware of her husband's expectations of her role as his wife, or perhaps, she does not accept his expectations.
4. Problems of Living — the Focus in Casework uman beings face difficulties in day-to-day living, many of which are handled adequately with resources at hand. These are difficulties of living that fall within our coping abilities and strategies. When difficulties assume dimensions that strain our coping capacity and go beyond our competence in handling, they become problems. People who seek casework service are those who encounter problems. H Problems of living may be caused by unmet physical or psychosocial needs or by the inability to perform one's social roles owing to any one of the causes referred to in the earlier chapter.
AN INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL CASEWORK by GRACE MATHEW