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Social workers deal with messy, complex and ambiguous situations where off-the-peg solutions are often irrelevant. Take a mother who wants to feed a hungry baby, but her fridge is empty because she can’t…
On 18 March a landmark Supreme Court ruling, in the cases of Cheshire West and P and Q, effectively lowered the threshold for what constitutes deprivation of liberty in care. In doing so, the ruling extended important human rights safeguards to a broader group of vulnerable people. It also had significant resource implications for councils. Six months on from the ruling, Community Care looks at the impact the judgement has had on local authorities, frontline staff and people using services.
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Digital media enables professionals to communicate more effectively with service users and each other, says Claudia Megele (Social media should be an essential part of new social workers’ toolkits says @claudiamegele
Empathy is an attitude and more than that, it is a skill that can be used to deepen all kinds of relationships - at work and at home. It can help bosses and their people, team members, spouses and lovers, teachers, parents and children.
“...deep understanding is, I believe, the most precious gift one can give to another.” - Carl Rogers
Social work vacancies have soared by 74 per cent in the past year as local authorities struggle to hold on to essential front-line staff. A chronic shortage of experienced social workers, growing workloads and a high dropout rate of newly qualified graduates are making it harder than ever to find enough staff to run children's and adult services across the country, experts say.
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