Social Work Practice Education Home Visit/Review of assessment Example reviews

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This further resource is for supervisors and Newly Qualified Adult Social Workers. It’s an example of a review of assessment of need and offers an opportunity to reflect on the process either individually, with supervisors or in groups. This video was funded by skills for care as part of the ASYE video pilot project.

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  1. Yah

    I am a current social work student and YES…we are trained to be warm caring empathetic understanding and so forth. I am not going to address the imbecile of a buffoon by their fake account name who has so much venom in their soul about social workers when she knows nothing at all. Social workers are humans and there were so many factors that lead to the failure of Baby P, and this amongst many others that were not fortunate enough to make it in the media was a learning curve that shaped the profession to what it is today. The current regulators such as Social Work England and HCPC which informs social work practices by placing guidelines, code of conduct and ethical principles ensures social workers are fit for practice by showing they can apply the core values in practice.

    I could really go on but i am not here to change the minds of ignorant individuals who knows nothing about the profession and what the training entails for anyone to be at the front line. I am not saying all social workers are great at their jobs because in the past they have been precisely known for negative reasons and rightly so because there were those who miserably failed. But individuals should have an open mind that it was not only the social worker who failed Baby P and many others, it was all the professionals who came into contact with him.

    I can assure you that social work is NOT in any shape of form how the ignorant individual is describing. Taking children away or separating families is the last resort. Maybe in some cases where parents or carers are not complying with their order and are placing their families/children at risk of significant harm, then the child/ren's well-being is the social workers paramount consideration, hence the children being taken away and placed maybe temporarily with a carer that may be an extended family member or a friend who is capable of caring for the child/ren, while the parents or families are supported and empowered to take control of their own lives. But this is always the last resort when all resources and options have been applied.

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  2. susan smith

    This is such a bad attempt to try and make social workers appear warm, friendly and helpful. It doesn't work, people know full well what these uncaring creatures are really like and Baby P and this peers are now paying the ultimate price

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  3. Thuy Truong

    If you are a social worker and you have a client who doesn’t talk, communicate
    , what would you do?

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