Caroline Rodgers, a social worker, became a member of the British Association of Social Workers, or BASW, in 1998, four years after obtaining her Certificate of Qualified Social Worker from the University of North London.
Caroline Rodgers, a social worker, knows that there will always be a need for social workers. She knows that challenging discrimination is part of the job. Social workers have a responsibility to challenge discrimination based on age, culture, gender, marital status, ability, political opinions, sexual orientation, and other considerations. These principles are written into the Code of Ethics of the BASW.
That Code of Ethics also requires Caroline Rodgers, a social worker, to recognize and respect the diversity of the societies in which they practice. This is an easy requirement for someone like Caroline Rodgers, who has always reached out to those who need help. Even before she became a social worker in 1994, Caroline Rodgers, a social worker, did volunteer work in her community, working with various community groups. Her profession has been a continuation of that. “Throughout my career as a social worker,” she says, “I helped to develop, implement, and assess programs to address social issues such as domestic violence, poverty, child abuse, and homelessness.”
Caroline Rodgers, a social worker, knows that her work means that she is making a difference in the life of someone who really needs it. Through the resources she provides, she is able to actively track the difference she makes in someone’s life, whether it is with housing, education, literacy training, or food. The way that Caroline Rodgers, a social worker, does her job can dramatically change someone’s living conditions for the better.