Posts Tagged "older adults"

Wrinkles and Wisdom

Try to picture a classic novel, anyone will do. Maybe it’s “To Kill a Mockingbird”, or “The Adventures Tom Sawyer”. Now imagine its appearance. The cover may be tattered and torn and the pages worn thin. There may be a coffee stain here and a smudge there, but the content ...

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Have I been living by the social work code of ethics? Have you?

As social workers, we promise to follow a specific code of ethics and values which exist to inform our everyday professional conduct. While these principles may seem obvious to some, they are hard to live by if they are not a part of your everyday consciousness. Before continuing, and by means of ...

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