Social workers enhance the means and ways of empowering children and women in order to achieve quality and development (Kanno & Newhill, 60).
Domestic violence occurs in every society and community. It have been noted many women’s stay in abuse relationship, while some have a sense of imprisonment in relation to their powers. They are prison with the responsibility of their marriage as well as children’s. A sense of despair and depression appears with the feeling that if they will leave this prison, they will have to take care of themselves as well as their children’s. Therefore, the main purpose of social workers to assist the battered women’s so that they can improve their psychological and economic independence. Their purpose is to screen the domestic violence and to suggest a plan in order to protect the victims safely. Research has indicated that social, health and economic cost in relation to domestic violence requires attention for intervention and identification. Their purpose is to create economic control in the country.
Researchers concluded that social workers have been working for the victims of domestic violence for years in the courts, shelters and emergency rooms. Domestic violence has been impossible to measure in the last eras, because there were numerous complications i.e. mainly it was the societal stigma which stopped the victim from revealing the abuse. It was a menace for the society. Repots in relation to health care indicated that in 2000, around 960,000 incidents of violence mainly occurred due to boyfriends or former spouse and around 3.9 million women’s were either raped or assaulted physically by her partner. This enables the need of social workers and other professionals to help in screening the health care of citizens on daily basis. From 1970’s to 1990’s, social workers profession was considered as uninformed, uncaring and unhelpful to the battered women. They were failing to