Types of Prevention on the ASWB Exam

Types of Prevention on the ASWB Exam

Types of Prevention

The different types of prevention is a critical component of the LMSW, LCSW, and LSW ASWB exams.  Make sure you know the differences before test day!

What is prevention?

Social work services have moved towards a prevention rather than a reaction model.  Prevention is used in social work because it can reduce suffering, disease, death, particularly among the most vulnerable citizens

Prevention is defined as actions taken to minimize and eliminate social, psychological, or other conditions known to cause or contribute to physical and emotional illness and sometimes socio-economic problems.

Learn more about Primary prevention, Secondary prevention, Tertiary prevention, and see a sample question in the video below.

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