need for language interpretation) barriers and invisible barriers (shame

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The social worker’s role is to support the family and connect them to resources and services including the parenting classes. There are many visible (lack of transportation, need for language interpretation) barriers and invisible barriers (shame, fear, confusion about expectations, etc) which prevent families like the one in the case study from following through. What strategies might a social worker use to address these two kinds of barriers?