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Feeling scared

This is a short post.  I haven’t posted since Valentine’s Day after a flurry of postings after starting this blog.  My inspiration has been cut off by fear and I have been heading into protective mode for myself, my son and my household.   93 more words

What technology brings to health and social care: a case study of Calderdale and Idox

In the second of our articles on health and social care and technology, we‘re going to look at the advantages of using technology, as well as a case study of an innovative partnership between Calderdale Council and Idox. 689 more words

Information Services

Child obesity - public health or child protection issue?

By Heather Cameron

The issue of childhood obesity is in the spotlight again. Just weeks after the Channel 4 series Junk food kids: who’s to blame? 669 more words

Health And Social Care

The local government types who really hate there library users

Libraries are funny things (my blog) – ‘universal’ means that councils hate them for being non specific or ring fenced,  say being outside of the comfort zone as say unlike child protection where the worst of the humanity is seen and ‘something’* has to be… 192 more words


How we view "space" in social work

Many of us are aware of how our environments can impact our moods, how we interact and move. How we act at home is different from how we act at work. 1,580 more words

Stuck on Social Work reblogged this on Stuck on Social Work and commented:

Great post!! As someone who does home and community based work, this is a great concept to consider. What does the space you are visiting mean to you? I feel that home visiting is so beneficial for clinical work but you should put it in context. People don't always "choose" to have a social worker in their home. We are in people's space but that should come with us honoring and respecting that. This can lead to a great assessment and even better clinical work....

Bridging The Gap-Part 8

Continuing from last week; read last week’s post here- https://wp.me/p4eRUm-2Sg

“Train up a child in the way he should go; and when he is old, he will not depart from it.” 444 more words

Personal Development

Task force suggests 93 ways to transform child protection in Minnesota

Sweeping changes to how Minnesota handles child protection cases are being proposed by a task force, which has put forward more than 90 reforms designed to turn around the current, struggling system. 450 more words