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Tagged In:  Social work magazine

In the latest edition of Sanctuary Social Work News, we delve into the working lives of frontline social workers and hear directly from care leavers and those receiving support, to offer an insightful read!



Hear how Adult Mental Health Worker, Dee Belford, supports a local community where over 40 languages are spoken, and read about Senior Practitioner, Rosie Corby’s experience in helping unaccompanied asylum seeking children adjust to life here. 

In other news, care leavers Luke Rodgers of Foster Focus and rapper Ric Waters, talk to us about the how they are disrupting the tokenistic view of youth participation.
 
And, 21-year-old autistic blogger and author, Paddy-Joe Moran, gives an account of some of the finer communication points that practitioners need to consider when meeting somebody who has autism. 

There’s plenty more inside for you to read and count towards your continuing professional development; you can even print screen the articles you have found educational and save them to your personal CPD file!

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jane ward, 12 April 2017, 06:51 AM
Would like a feature on social workers trying to get back into the profession and how difficult it is and there is no help or advice now college of social work has been closed down.
Sanctuary Social Care, 12 April 2017, 09:40 AM
Thank you for your feedback. You can find our article on returning to Social Work on pages 22-23 in the latest issue of Sanctuary Social Work News.

Jack
Marilyn Mitchell, 12 April 2017, 11:53 AM
Articles about disabled social workers and having to fight against discrimination for themselves please.
Sanctuary Social Care, 12 April 2017, 03:14 PM
Hi Marilyn,

Thank you for your feedback. I will speak to Emma our Content Executive and see what we can do.

Jack
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