David Johnson has been appointed as the new minister for children’s social care following a cabinet reshuffle which took place on August 31st. He is the fifth person to become minister for children, families and wellbeing in the last two years, taking over duties from Claire Coutinho who has been promoted to the cabinet as […]
No two days in social work are the same and some would argue that this is part of the appeal. However, sometimes the volatile nature of social work can be overwhelming and cause great deals of stress on particularly challenging days. The Social Personnel team values all candidates and the incredible work they do […]
Today is #WorldSleepDay, such a simple but important thing. Hosted by World Sleep Society, the aim is to raise awareness of sleep health and a call to action on important issues related to sleep. If you feel burnt out or don’t have much energy lately then keep reading.
We need to challenge racism together by having uncomfortable conversations about race and educating ourselves, this means ‘challenging our own fears, beliefs and biases to enhance our own social work practice, when working with communities, cultures, customs and religions different from our own’ – Millie Kerr. (Click here for source)