Subject:Social Work Education Paper:Field Work and Field Supervision
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✪✪✪✪✪ WORK FROM HOME! Looking for WORKERS for simple Internet data entry JOBS. $15-20 per hour. SIGN UP here - http://jobs.theaudiopedia.com ✪✪✪✪✪ What is SOCIAL WORK? What does SOCIAL WORK mean? SOCIAL WORK meaning - SOCIAL WORK definition - SOCIAL WORK explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ Social Work is both an academic discipline and profession that concerns itself with helping individuals, families, groups and communities enhance their social functioning and overall well-being. Social functioning refers to the way in which people perform their social roles, and the structural institutions that are provided to sustain them. Social work is underpinned by theories of social science and humanitites and guided by principles of social justice, rights, collective responsibility, and respect for diversity, social work engages people and structures to address life challenges, socioeconomic development, social cohesion and enhance well-being. Their engagement with client systems create changes and with communities they may bring about social change. Social work practice is often divided into micro-work, which involves working directly with individuals or small groups; and macro-work, which involves working communities, and within social policy, to create change on a larger scale. Social work as such began in the 20th century, with roots in voluntary philanthropy and grassroots organizing, but the practice of responding to social needs existed long before then, as evidenced primarily by a long history of private charities and religious organizations. The effects of the Industrial Revolution and the Great Depression developed and clarified popular understanding of social work into a conception of the field that mostly resembles the one that prevails today. Social work is a broad profession that intersects with several disciplines. However, although social work practice varies both through its various specialties and countries, these social work organizations offer the following definitions. “Social work is a practice-based profession and an academic discipline that promotes social change and development, social cohesion, and the empowerment and liberation of people. Principles of social justice, human rights, collective responsibility and respect for diversities are central to social work. Underpinned by theories of social work, social sciences, humanities and indigenous knowledges, social work engages people and structures to address life challenges and enhance wellbeing." - International Federation of Social Workers "Social work is a profession concerned with helping individuals, families, groups and communities to enhance their individual and collective well-being. It aims to help people develop their skills and their ability to use their own resources and those of the community to resolve problems. Social work is concerned with individual and personal problems but also with broader social issues such as poverty, unemployment and domestic violence." - Canadian Association of Social Workers Social work practice consists of the professional application of social work values, principles, and techniques to one or more of the following ends: helping people obtain tangible services; counseling and psychotherapy with individuals, families, and groups; helping communities or groups provide or improve social and health services; and participating in legislative processes. The practice of social work requires knowledge of human development and behavior; of social and economic, and cultural institutions; and of the interaction of all these factors."- National Association of Social Workers "Social workers work with individuals and families to help improve outcomes in their lives. This may be helping to protect vulnerable people from harm or abuse or supporting people to live independently. Social workers support people, act as advocates and direct people to the services they may require. Social workers often work in multi-disciplinary teams alongside health and education professionals." - British Association of Social Workers.
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Critical thinking in social work. This training video covered critical thinking as a core social work skill. It is aimed at especially first and second year social work students and has a particular South African “feel” because of, amongst others, a focus on the developmental approach to social work.
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This lecture provides an overview of systems theory and the concepts of physiological and psychological stress. As discussed in earlier lectures, the ecological paradigm and systems theory developed in response to narrower, deterministic explanations of environmental influences on human behavior and well-being. In ecological systems analyses, the degree of fit or congruence achieved by people and their surroundings depends on a variety of context-specific circumstances, such as spatial arrangements and staffing levels of behavior settings, personality orientations, social and cultural norms. When the levels of fit between people and their surroundings are low, physiological and psychological stress can arise—for example, in highly demanding or constraining environments. Examples of systems processes are presented at different levels of analysis ranging from individuals, small groups, and entire populations. The distinction between deviation-countering and deviation-amplifying systems is also discussed. For more information, please go to: https://eee.uci.edu/12s/54195/ Produced by: The Teaching, Learning & Technology Center at UC Irvine Featuring clips from: "Seinfeld S05E18 The Raincoats"
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Betty Barrett talks about social technical systems and the six principles of work redesign.
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The Social Value Principles can help you to measure and manage the social value you're creating. Download our Principles document to find out more: http://socialvalueuk.org/publications/publications/doc_download/718-principles-of-social-value or join our movement to change the way the world accounts for value: http://socialvalueuk.org/membership/about-membership
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What do Social Workers do? What is their profession and aim? The Global Definition of the Social Work Profession is: “Social work is a practice-based profession and an academic discipline that promotes social change and development, social cohesion, and the empowerment and liberation of people. Principles of social justice, human rights, collective responsibility and respect for diversities are central to social work. Underpinned by theories of social work, social sciences, humanities and indigenous knowledge, social work engages people and structures to address life challenges and enhance wellbeing." Special thanks to Marlene Cauchi for the preparation of this video.
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This brief history covers the origins of social work primarily in the United States, with a focus on its core principle of social justice.
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Esther Gillies, USC School of Social Work clinical associate professor, introduces the breadth and scope of social work and identifies the connections between micro and macro social work practice.
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What is the video about? The video explores how service user and carer participation has become an increasingly important part of how adult social care services are developed and delivered. The video uses the example of how Manchester adult social care services are involving service users and carers. The film highlights the jigsaw model of participation, this connects four aspects of participation: Culture, Structure, Practice and Review. For further details about the jigsaw model see SCIE Guide 17. Participation operates at many different levels, from individual care packages to service design and commissioning. Any organisation wishing to develop meaningful participation must first develop a positive attitude towards the process. The process of meaningful participation can represent a real change from the previous process of service delivery and can help with the Putting People First agenda. There is a need to embed the idea of participation through all levels of social care. Service users and carers must feel that they have a stake in the service they receive. Messages for practice Service user and carer participation has become an increasingly important part of how adult social care services are developed and delivered. Any organisation wishing to develop meaningful participation must first develop a positive attitude towards the process. Participation can aid the Putting People First agenda in the transition to personalisation and individual budgets. There is a need to embed the idea of participation throughout the whole service. Who will find this useful? Relevant for all those working or using social care services, particularly users and carers and local authority commissioners.
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The principles of social welfare administration form the foundations of successful social welfare administration. It explains how to encourage accepting executives and staff members of the social service/social welfare organizations for effective functioning of the organization. Principles help social welfare administrator to develop programmes/services keeping in mind the needs of the community and its members and implement it effectively.
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Summary of Presentation Ethical behavior is at the core of every profession. The Canadian Association of Social Workers (CASW) Code of Ethics sets forth values and principles to guide social workers’ professional conduct. A code of ethics cannot guarantee ethical behavior as it does not prescribe a set of rules for behavior. Ethical behavior comes from a social worker’s individual commitment to engage in ethical practice. Both the spirit and the letter of the Code of Ethics should guide social workers as they act in good faith and with a genuine desire to make sound judgments. Learning objectives To review the core values and principles of the CASW Code of Ethics To deepen knowledge of how the CASW Code of Ethics should and can guide our practice. To reflect on how we can bring ethics into the analysis and approach to our daily work icki Verge, BA, HBSW, MSW, RSW Vicki Verge’s tenure as a Social Worker started in 1992 when she became employed with Winnipeg Child and Family Services-Central Area after obtaining an Honors Bachelor of Social Work degree from Lakehead University. In 2004, she completed her Master of Social Work degree. Her thesis focused on the importance of the client-worker relationship in a child welfare setting. In April 2005 Vicki published an article titled The Client Worker Relationship in a Child Welfare setting on Envision: A Manitoba Journal of Child Welfare (https://www.researchgate.net/home). After achieving her MSW at the University of Manitoba, she left her role as a Program Director in child welfare for a career in Health. At the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority (WRHA), she worked as a Community Team Manager in Point Douglas, and then moved to a Community Team Manager position in River Heights. In these positions, she supervised diverse interdisciplinary teams including doctors, nurses, mental health practitioners, community development and home care professionals. In her later position, she had the opportunity to work at an integrated health and social services site which allowed her an opportunity to build relationships with many Family Services professionals such Employment and Income Assistance, Children's Special Services, Vocational Rehabilitation. In 2012, Vicki was awarded the position of Regional Director of Social Work for the WRHA. In this position she is responsible for providing leadership and direction for the provision of Social Work services across the Winnipeg Health region continuum (which includes acute care, long term care and community programming). Within an interdisciplinary program management model she liaises with programs, sites, agencies, support services, recipients, staff and students to collaborate and achieve mutual goals. In addition to this role, Vicki is responsible for the direct management of a team of medical social workers in a community hospital at an integrated health and social services campus. Vicki is currently a member of the Manitoba College of Social Work (MCSW) Board of Directors and is also Chair of the MCSW Continuing Competence Committee. Vicki has a lengthy interest with staff education as starting in 2002 she became an Instructor for the Province of Manitoba and facilitated a 3-day core module titled “Family Centered Child Protective Services”. She delivered these modules to child welfare and social service practitioners both within Winnipeg as well as in Northern Manitoba and Aboriginal communities. In her present role as Regional Director she offers an annual Social Work Student Learning Series which helps inform social work students in the WRHA about a variety of health topics and programs. From 2012-2016 Vicki was the Chair of the WRHA First Line Managers conference. In 2016 Vicki helped develop and deliver the A Roadmap for Ethical Responses Workshop at the MCSW’s first AGM and Education day.
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Subscribe here --- https://www.youtube.com/user/jjasminesw Hi Guys, In this video I speak to you about the importance of Trauma Informed Care and the Importance of Trauma Informed Care in Social Work Practice. I hope you find this informative. Subscribe to my channel here : www.youtube.com/jjasminesw?sub_confirmation=1 Second Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqQbELg3vizmCepLTn1dt9Q?sub_confirmation=1 COLOUR: b760e6 Previous Video on Trauma: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Vaotr8Eeec Email: [email protected] Music : Bensound.com
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This program will address the integration of core values and ethics of the social work profession into contemporary social work practice.
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The aim of this role play aims to cover assessment criteria: 1.2 Outline the procedures for protecting clients, patients and colleagues from harm. 1.4 Explain ethical dilemmas and conflict that may arise when providing care, support and protection on to users of Health & Social Care Services. The Scenario: A carer at the Green Life Care Home failed to follow the correct procedures which protects our service users from harm. She lifted an elderly women (Margaret Hanson) , who had fallen off her bed on her own, without assistance, which resulted in causing injury to Margaret. The following morning, Margaret’s daughter, who came to visit her was told about this, by her distraught mother............
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subject : Social work education Paper : Working with individual and families Module :Social Casework Philosophy, Principles and Components Content Writer :Ms. Mary Jessy Rani
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✪✪✪✪✪ WORK FROM HOME! Looking for WORKERS for simple Internet data entry JOBS. $15-20 per hour. SIGN UP here - http://jobs.theaudiopedia.com ✪✪✪✪✪ ✪✪✪✪✪ The Audiopedia Android application, INSTALL NOW - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.wTheAudiopedia_8069473 ✪✪✪✪✪ What is FEMINIST THEORY? What does FEMINIST THEORY mean? FEMINIST THEORY meaning - FEMINIST THEORY definition - FEMINIST THEORY explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Feminist theory is the extension of feminism into theoretical, fictional, or philosophical discourse. It aims to understand the nature of gender inequality. It examines women's social roles, experience, interests, chores, and feminist politics in a variety of fields, such as anthropology and sociology, communication, psychoanalysis, home economics, literature, education, and philosophy. Feminist theory focuses on analyzing gender inequality. Themes explored in feminism include discrimination, objectification (especially sexual objectification), oppression, patriarchy, stereotyping, art history and contemporary art, and aesthetics. Feminist theories first emerged as early as 1794 in publications such as A Vindication of the Rights of Woman by Mary Wollstonecraft, "The Changing Woman", "Ain’t I a Woman", "Speech after Arrest for Illegal Voting", and so on. "The Changing Woman" is a Navajo Myth that gave credit to a woman who, in the end, populated the world. In 1851, Sojourner Truth addressed women’s rights issues through her publication, "Ain’t I a Woman." Sojourner Truth addressed the issue of women having limited rights due to men's flawed perception of women. Truth argued that if a woman of color can perform tasks that were supposedly limited to men, then any woman of any color could perform those same tasks. After her arrest for illegally voting, Susan B. Anthony gave a speech within court in which she addressed the issues of language within the constitution documented in her publication, "Speech after Arrest for Illegal voting" in 1872. Anthony questioned the authoritative principles of the constitution and its male gendered language. She raised the question of why women are accountable to be punished under law but they cannot use the law for their own protection (women could not vote, own property, nor themselves in marriage). She also critiqued the constitution for its male gendered language and questioned why women should have to abide by laws that do not specify women. Nancy Cott makes a distinction between modern feminism and its antecedents, particularly the struggle for suffrage. In the United States she places the turning point in the decades before and after women obtained the vote in 1920 (1910–1930). She argues that the prior woman movement was primarily about woman as a universal entity, whereas over this 20-year period it transformed itself into one primarily concerned with social differentiation, attentive to individuality and diversity. New issues dealt more with woman's condition as a social construct, gender identity, and relationships within and between genders. Politically this represented a shift from an ideological alignment comfortable with the right, to one more radically associated with the left. Susan Kingsley Kent says that Freudian patriarchy was responsible for the diminished profile of feminism in the inter-war years, others such as Juliet Mitchell consider this to be overly simplistic since Freudian theory is not wholly incompatible with feminism. Some feminist scholarship shifted away from the need to establish the origins of family, and towards analyzing the process of patriarchy. In the immediate postwar period, Simone de Beauvoir stood in opposition to an image of "the woman in the home". De Beauvoir provided an existentialist dimension to feminism with the publication of Le Deuxieme Sexe (The Second Sex) in 1949. As the title implies, the starting point is the implicit inferiority of women, and the first question de Beauvoir asks is "what is a woman"?. Woman she realizes is always perceived of as the "other", "she is defined and differentiated with reference to man and not he with reference to her". In this book and her essay, "Woman: Myth & Reality", de Beauvoir anticipates Betty Friedan in seeking to demythologise the male concept of woman. "A myth invented by men to confine women to their oppressed state. For women it is not a question of asserting themselves as women, but of becoming full-scale human beings." "One is not born, but rather becomes, a woman", or as Toril Moi puts it "a woman defines herself through the way she lives her embodied situation in the world
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When social worker's face an ethical decision we rush for NASW Code of Ethics. In 2008 the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) developed a training curriculum that describes decision making through 14 sequential steps. In this video I share each step and even answer the age old question- should you "friend" a client on social media? Hope this video helps in any and all ethical dilemmas in social work. As always comment below...lemme know any ethical issues you have been facing!!! Thanks for being SOical WOrkers Resource Mentioned check out my blog for more and click here for your FREE 14 Step Guide|| http://bit.ly/2zsUsZT
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Available to buy at: http://www.concordmedia.org.uk/products/theories-of-social-work-practice-the-systems-approach-chris-payne-966/ The unitary approach in social work. The unitary approach – the need for an integrated framework for the different theories and approaches in social work. Three factors are important: an attempt to create a unified approach, to provide a strong theoretical approach and to integrate different disciplines and methods, for example psychology. Made in 1992 this film reflects the cultural attitudes and language of the time it was made. The issues raised are timeless. The film quality may not be to modern standards. Part of the Theories of social Work Practice series Distributed by Concord Media Website: http://concordmedia.org.uk Twitter: http://twitter.com/ConcordMedia Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ConcordMedia59 Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/concordmedia/vod_pages
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The presentation provides an overview of social work theories and principles that support the dual application of social work frameworks and practices on a global scale as well as contextualized for the local reality.
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Social Welfare Administration aims at improving the lives of people by solving the problems by the effective administration and management of social welfare programmes, activities and services. These social welfare programmes, activities and services are planned and implemented by various social welfare organizations functioning at various levels.
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This video was produced in 2001 by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) and the National Association of Social Workers (NASW). Financial support was provided by the Brown Foundation, Inc. of Houston, Texas. Please view video credits for more information.
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January 31st, 2017 Instructor: Dori DiPietrio (Director of the Social Work Program, MCC) DiPietrio and her class examine a sample case study of a woman named Florence to identify 3 of her personal strengths and developing an intervention to address her current social distress from a micro, mezzo (middle) and macro perspective.
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Subject:Social Work Education Paper: History and Philosophy of Social Work
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This last video highlights social workers in various roles. The ACSW wants to thank all the participants who shared their time, story, and passion towards making these videos. We would also like to thank Andy Holt from A-Squared Communications for his time and dedication in producing these videos. Happy Social Work Week 2018!
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समाजकार्य (Social Work) for uppcs mains exam/ paper-1
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