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7 hours ago
No one’s watching over what councils do or spend, because scrutiny bodies were abolished on Pickles’s watchBehold the hand of Eric Pickles. The former Tory communities secretary may have left parliament last year but his legacy lives on, in Northamptonshire, where the bankrupt council is struggl[...]
Gerontology
7 hours ago
Growing distaste over privatised, outsourced public services gives charities a chance to step in and prove their valueOver the past 25 years charities have had to become more business-like. They now earn more than half their income and raise less than half through donations. Twenty five years ago it[...]
CharitiesCharities and Volunteerism
11 hours ago
Breaches of capped annual and lifetime costs have seen some elderly patients overcharged by tens of thousands of dollarsLabor has demanded the government reveal the full extent of “unacceptable” failings with a system that has wrongly charged residents of aged care homes tens of thousands of dol[...]
Children and ParentingHealth and CareGerontology
13 hours ago
he Capital Area Food Network, meanwhile, had little legal or political clout, but was engaged with a wide range of actors and resources throughout the community—nonprofits, social service groups, urban farmers, food banks, health care groups.
General Social WorkHealth and Care
13 hours ago
ounty social services has jurisdiction on educational neglect. The Minnesota Department of Education does not have jurisdiction to investigate concerns of educational neglect of any student. As with other types of abuse or neglect, mandatory reporters ...
General Social WorkChildren and ParentingEducation
13 hours ago
n one community where the foundation works, social services and families were at loggerheads. Parents saw social workers as the people who took children away while social workers viewed parents as uncooperative, hostile people who slammed doors in their ...
General Social WorkChildren and Parenting
14 hours ago
ocial work, and nurturing kids into adulthood. On the latter, I hope to see rise and support of an even more celebrated “caring economy” in a world of increasing automation. This vision of a “caring economy” conjures images of a world where ...
General Social Work
15 hours ago
A groundbreaking new study shows antidepressants are effective – we should get on with taking and prescribing themIt’s official: antidepressants work.They are not a multibillion-dollar conspiracy dreamed up by Big Pharma Bond villains. They are not a snake oil distilled in secret laboratories, d[...]
Health
16 hours ago
Researchers hail ‘surprising’ findings about sugar after analysing more than 3,000 casesPeople who regularly consume at least one sugary soft drink a day, no matter the size of their waist, could be at increased risk of cancer, according to a new study.Researchers from Cancer Council Victoria an[...]
HealthHealthEducation
19 hours ago
Dr Valerie Murphy was responsible for Connor Sparrowhawk’s care when the 18-year-old drowned in a bath at NHS care unit in 2013A senior psychiatrist has been suspended for 12 months following the death of a vulnerable teenager who suffered an epileptic fit and drowned in a bath at an NHS care unit[...]
Health and CareGerontologyMental HealthGovernment Policy
20 hours ago
e has no known political experience and little name recognition in Venezuela. Still, he insists he will capitalize on the social work of his church, which he said has served millions of bowls of soup to the poor during Venezuela’s crippling economic ...
General Social WorkHousing and Poverty
21 hours ago
Shortage of almost 100,000 staff is affecting performance, says NHS ImprovementOne in 11 posts in NHS England are currently unfilled, equivalent to almost 100,000 vacancies, official figures show. The number of vacancies was published for the first time in NHS Improvement’s quarterly performance r[...]
HealthHealth and CareGovernment Policy
21 hours ago
I have seen the vital work the charity does around the world and I admire its willingness to examine its practices and changeIf there is one clear thing we have learned from the revelations about the behaviour of certain Oxfam staff in the aftermath of the 2010 earthquake in Haiti and in Chad in 200[...]
CharitiesCharities and VolunteerismWomens Issues
21 hours ago
requent changes in social workers are associated with a lack of trust among children in care, according to a major study into their wellbeing. The Our Lives Our Care report, by Coram Voice and the University of Bristol, said there was a “statistically ...
General Social WorkChildren and ParentingEducationHealth and Care
22 hours ago
t`s named after one of B.C.s first black politicians, a man whose decades of social work helped the city's troubled youth and broke down barriers in the community. On Feb. 25, Braithwaite will be honoured during a dinner at the Bonsor Recreation ...
General Social WorkChildren and Parenting
22 hours ago
he mindset shift also prompted her to quit her job in insurance and return to college, where she is studying social work and recently got a job working with autistic children. The condition cannot be cured but the symptoms can be managed. While the ...
General Social WorkChildren and ParentingEducationDisabilities
22 hours ago
on Cordova, a top Health and Human Services Department official, is placed on administrative leave after a news story exposed his social media posts that attacked multiple people. In his posts, Cordova blasted Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, Sen. Ted Cruz ...
General Social WorkHealth and CareGerontology
22 hours ago
Prime minister defies calls to scrap UK commitment to spend 0.7% of national income on aidThe UK’s aid budget will not be cut as a result of the sexual exploitation scandal affecting the sector, the prime minister has confirmed in a push back against the right wing of her party.There have been cal[...]
Charities
23 hours ago
he cuts will cost the city more than $45 million over the next two years, officials said. In a recent letter to Cuomo, a group of social service organizations that provide Close to Home services expressed concern over the funding cuts and implored Cuomo ...
General Social Work
23 hours ago
S: We need more tax literacy so everyone can understand how government is run. This way they will trust the government with the type of social services we are providing and that they are well funded. WCT: What additional measures would you advocate for to ...
General Social Work
23 hours ago
Health secretary admits official failings over a number of medical treatment issuesJeremy Hunt, the health and social care secretary, has launched a nine-month review into how the NHS addresses concerns about medical treatments, including vaginal mesh devices.Speaking in the Commons, he admitted the[...]
HealthHealth and CareGovernment Policy
1 day ago
ind of a social service, and that's where they pull people in at first. Not just immigrants, but the poor and ignored or left behind. And that was really interesting to me because there is some shred of good that obviously gets eaten up by the evil of it ...
General Social WorkHousing and PovertyMinorities and ImmigrationCriminal Justice
1 day ago
onfronting these intertwined crises calls for honest debate around the provision of the social services that families need to make all schools sustainable. Historically, comprehensive desegregation has often been hampered by discrimination and racial anxi ...
General Social WorkEducation
1 day ago
EORGE T. MCDONALD, NEW YORK The writer is founder and president of the Doe Fund, a nonprofit that provides transitional housing, paid work and social services to homeless and formerly incarcerated men.
General Social WorkHousing and Poverty
1 day ago
The Terrence Higgins Trust initiative aims to combat loneliness and encourage discussion through a shared love of filmInside the Regent Street cinema in Marylebone, London, a group of men and women are in high spirits singing along to a dancing Doris Day. It is a gloomy Wednesday in February but the[...]
HealthWomens Issues
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5 days ago
There are many challenges that face children who age out of the foster care system, including education, housing, and health care. One rarely-addressed challenge is oral health care. Children who have aged out of the foster care system face considerable barriers in accessing oral health care. Althou[...]
 

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5 days ago
The Maine Legislature on February 14 held a hearing on a bill to ban gay conversion therapy. The National Association of Social Workers has long been against such therapy, saying it does not change the sexual identity of people who are LGBT and harms their mental well-being.   NASW Maine Chapter [...]
 
5 days ago
Dear NASW Member, The National Association of Social Workers – Florida Chapter (NASW-FL) offers its heartfelt condolences to the students, staff and families of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. We share your loss and grief at the senseless tragedy. The outpouring of commu[...]
 
1 week ago
The NASW-Illinois Chapter expresses its deepest condolences to the family of Pamela Knight. Ms. Knight died last week as a result of injuries suffered during an attack on her in September 2017 while working to protect children in her capacity as an investigator for the Illinois Department of Childre[...]
 
2 weeks ago
The National Association of Social Workers (NASW) is a partner with the National Organization on Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (NOFAS) on a campaign to raise awareness of fetal alcohol spectrum disorders and reduce incidences of children being exposed to alcohol while in the womb. Please read this press r[...]
 
3 weeks ago
By Paul R. Pace, News staff A key step in implementing solutions for the opioid overdose epidemic was reached in San Diego in October where days later the opioid crisis was officially declared a national public health emergency. Seventy representatives from more than 50 organizations, including NASW[...]
 
3 weeks ago
The revised NASW Code of Ethics went into effect January 1, 2018. These revisions reflect the most substantive changes to the Code since 1996. The 2017 revisions to the Code focus largely on the use of technology and the implications of technology for ethical practice. Nineteen sections of the Code [...]