Caroline Rodgers, a social worker, has held her Certificate of Qualified Social Worker for twenty years. She is a graduate of the University of North London, and became a member of the British Association of Social Workers in 1998.
“I have worked in the field of child protection, children with disabilities and adoption in several London boroughs,” she says. Caroline Rodgers, a social worker, has worked for the London Borough of Haringey children’s services and the London Borough of Waltham Forest, where she was a member of the adoption and fostering team. In 1998 she returned to the London Borough of Haringey Children’s services where she worked with children with disabilities.
As a member of the British Association of Social Workers, Caroline Rodgers, a social worker, is committed to following the values set out in the organization’s Code of Ethics. The Code states that social work addresses the barriers and injustices that exist in society, and that social work is based on respect for the inherent value of all human beings, as expressed in the United Nations’ Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
As Caroline Rodgers, a social worker, is well aware, the BASW Code says that its members should respect and defend each person’s physical, psychological, emotional and spiritual integrity and well-being. Members must also respect everyone’s right to self-determination, promote their right to participate in the decisions and actions that affect their lives, and be concerned with the whole person and recognize all aspects of a person’s life.
As a member, Caroline Rodgers, a social worker, belongs to the largest professional association for social work in the United Kingdom.