Category Archives: social worker

Social care by Finola Moss

Originally posted on Care To Share Magazine blog:
On Tuesday afternoon, some 3 days after the final hissy fit, we received our first communication from anyone. It was an email from our social worker, as follows; ‘ I met with…

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Youth First — Building a Safety Net For Children in Southwestern Indiana

Originally posted on Indiana Juvenile Justice Blog:
Staff and supporters of Youth First presented at the Education Outcomes Task Force on November 7, 2014.  The program uses social workers to provide “evidence-based programs that prevent substance abuse, promote healthy behaviors,…

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Social Work and the Wounded Healer

Originally posted on Conduct on Becoming:
Some of us come to social work for very clear reasons. We come as wounded people who have left trauma behind and seek to help others who are or have endured trauma, as well.…

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SASW Social Work Awards 2014

The closing date is 28 November so you’ll have to get a move on but if there’s a social worker you think deserves to be nominated you can do so using this form: Nomination Form 2014 CIara

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Why Caroline Rodgers Believes in Work of British Association of Social Workers

Caroline Rodgers, social worker, became a member of the British Association of Social Workers (BASW) in 1998, only four years after earning her CQSW from the University of North London. Joining this organization gave her the credibility she needed to … Continue reading

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Caroline Rodgers: Working to End Domestic Violence

Caroline Rodgers, a social worker in the London area, has committed her career to helping the less fortunate. Since she earned her CQSW from the University of North London in 1994, she has worked tirelessly to provide protection for underprivileged … Continue reading

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