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Why social workers need access to wellbeing services 24/7

Whilst social workers aim to improve the lives of others, with a major focus on human rights and overall wellbeing, it’s also important they also receive assistance. It’s a stressful job and requ read more

Whilst social workers aim to improve the lives of others, with a major focus on human rights and overall wellb read more

Free Event 17th March: World Social Work Day at the University of Central Lancashire

To celebrate World Social Work Day the University of Central Lancashire is providing a free event at 3:00pm on Tuesday 17th March 2020 in Harrington Lecture Theatre read more

To celebrate World Social Work Day the University of Central Lancashire is providing a free event at 3:00pm on read more

LGA announces re-launch of Return to Social Work programme

The LGA is pleased to be launching its Return to Social Work programme. Designed to support councils to recruit social workers who have taken a break from work. read more

The LGA is pleased to be launching its Return to Social Work programme. Designed to support councils to recrui read more

New launch set to revolutionise care plans

Log my Care, the care software provider, today announces the launch of its new Care Plan and Assessments tool, designed to revolutionise how care plans are created and managed. read more

Log my Care, the care software provider, today announces the launch of its new Care Plan and Assessments tool, read more

Social work books – recommended reading list

as experienced social workers and practice educators, we've been asked by a number of student social workers to compile a list of recommended social work books. read more

as experienced social workers and practice educators, we've been asked by a number of student social workers t read more

Communication in Social Care

In health and social care, communication is ultimately the bedrock of everything that we do. We know that communication is essential. It provides us with the opportunity to ensure that our actions ar read more

In health and social care, communication is ultimately the bedrock of everything that we do. We know that comm read more

Better Investment in Lone Work Required for Social Workers.

A survey, conducted with over 200 Social Workers, has highlighted the increasingly apparent problems surrounding arrangements in which staff are expected to work alone. The survey also draws particula read more

A survey, conducted with over 200 Social Workers, has highlighted the increasingly apparent problems surroundi read more

The Importance of a Good Student Social Work Placement.

my placement has brought me out of my comfort zone and really made me examine areas which, left to my own devices, I probably wouldn’t have. It forced me to look at my emotions around that and recog read more

my placement has brought me out of my comfort zone and really made me examine areas which, left to my own devi read more

Return to Social Work | What you need to know

Return to Social Work | What you need to know | Blog & News | Social Work & Social Care Hub | Search, Find & Refer | One Stop Social read more

Return to Social Work | What you need to know | Blog & News | Social Work & Social Care Hub | Search, Find & R read more

Social Work Interview Questions: What you need to know

Wondering what questions you're likely to be asked in a social work job interview? We've outlined what you need to know. From the experts at One Stop Social. read more

Wondering what questions you're likely to be asked in a social work job interview? We've outlined what you nee read more