Surviving Racism in Academia - Maxine Davis, MSW, MBA, PhD

Doin' The Work

We talk about specific examples of the varying attacks and racial assaults colleagues and administrators perpetrated on her and others, as well as the lack of any mechanisms for accountability or who you can go to when you’ve tried all forms of redress.

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Surviving Racism in Academia - Maxine David, MSW, MBA, PhD

Doin' The Work

We talk about specific examples of the varying attacks and racial assaults colleagues and administrators perpetrated on her and others, as well as the lack of any mechanisms for accountability or who you can go to when you’ve tried all forms of redress.

LCSW 52
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Fighting White Nationalism - Eric Ward

Doin' The Work

We’ve seen this with the current administration’s immigration policy and clear connection to white nationalism. We’ve seen this with the current administration’s immigration policy and clear connection to white nationalism. Episode 24. Guest: Eric Ward. Host: Shimon Cohen, LCSW. . www.dointhework.com. Listen/Subscribe on: Apple Podcasts , Google Podcasts , Stitcher , Spotify. Follow on Twitter & Instagram , Like on Facebook. Join the mailing list. Support the podcast.

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Social Workers Against Solitary Confinement - Rachel Frome, MSW

Doin' The Work

She describes alternatives to solitary confinement, as well as the challenges of organizing for an end to solitary, and how lawmakers and those running prisons use wording such as “administrative segregation” as a way to deny that prisoners are held in solitary. Episode 22. Guest: Rachel Frome, MSW. Host: Shimon Cohen, LCSW. . www.dointhework.com. Listen/Subscribe on: Apple Podcasts , Google Podcasts , Stitcher , Spotify. Follow on Twitter & Instagram , Like on Facebook.

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Defending Families Facing Child Removal - Asia Piña, MSW

Doin' The Work

Asia describes that the beautiful, diverse families in the Bronx who love their children, feel like they are under constant surveillance by the state, in the form of the New York Police Department (NYPD) and Administration for Children’s Services (ACS). Episode 21. Guest: Asia Piña, MSW. Host: Shimon Cohen, LCSW. . www.dointhework.com. Listen/Subscribe on: Apple Podcasts , Google Podcasts , Stitcher , Spotify. Follow on Twitter & Instagram , Like on Facebook. Join the mailing list.

Child Welfare, Foster Care, Family Preservation - Ronnita Waters, LCSW

Doin' The Work

Join the mailing list Support the podcast Download transcript In this episode, I talk with Ronnita Waters, who is the Program Operations Administrator at the Center for Family and Child Enrichment, Inc. Join the mailing list Support the podcast Download transcript In this episode, I talk with Ronnita Waters, who is the Program Operations Administrator at the Center for Family and Child Enrichment, Inc.

Let the NYC family police teach you how to dissemble like a pro!

NCCPR Child Welfare Blog

ACS Administration for Children's Services child abuse child welfare David Shalleck-Klein Family Justice Law Center family preservation foster careLast month, the New York Law Journal published an excellent article about the Family Justice Law Center.

The violence of family policing, in analog and digital form

NCCPR Child Welfare Blog

In New York, one leader of ACS during the administration of former Mayor Bill de Blasio, Gladys Carrion, understood that. But in the de Blasio Administration the first responsibility of any commissioner was to protect de Blasio.

Federal Grants Available to Promote Elder Justice

Social Work Blog

Funding source: Administration for Community Living (ACL). NASW Practice Perspectives: Federal Funding for and Administration of Elder Justice Programs. Image description: Multiracial group of seven older adults, all smiling and positioned closely together. Posted April 1, 2022.

President Biden intends to appoint social worker Mia Ives-Rublee to Advisory Commission on Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders

Social Work Blog

Ives-Rublee will join other social worker appointees in the Biden Administration, including Jared Bernstein on the Council of Economic Advisors and Meg Kabat, who is senior advisor for families, caregivers and survivors at the Department of Veterans Affairs Office of the Secretary.

Child welfare lessons from New York City’s “unintended abolition”

NCCPR Child Welfare Blog

ACS Administration for Children's Services Anna Arons child abuse child welfare family preservation foster care unintended abolition

If there’s another foster-care panic in NYC, it’s on The New York Times

NCCPR Child Welfare Blog

One consequence -- the fanaticism with which schools persecute families by rushing to call the city’s family policing agency, the Administration for Children’s Services continues to this day.

Self-Funders in England: How much choice and control do they really have?

The Social Care Elf

personal budgets and direct payments residential care Social care support planning adult social care care home councils direct payments funding local authority personal budgets qualitative research semi-structured interviews Social Policy and Administration

A social worker who left wonders if you should be a social worker

Save the Social Worker

One thing I found administratively tiring was how many application forms I had to fill in for others, because they struggled to understand what was being asked of them. If you enjoy administrative work, you may enjoy the high amounts of time spent on administrative work.

Dial 988: Mental Health Hotline Launches July 16

Shelter, Inc

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration estimated calls and texts to the suicide hotline will more than double in 2022 to 7.6 Help is only 3 numbers away.

Technology Disruption Readiness Plan: A Best Practice for the Social Work Classroom

Teaching & Learning in Social Work

Your institution may already offer guidance or have policies established – please check with your administrators, online learning specialists, and offices of disability services.

Ask Nicole: How Do I Avoid Mission Creep?

Nicole Clark Consulting

I recently took a week off from client and partner consulting work to catch up on some administrative tasks that have been piling up. Have a question you'd like to be featured? Let me know.

Terri Friedline Weighs in on the Student Debt Relief Program in Fast Company

Michigan Social Work

The Biden administration will have to do more if it aims to adequately address these and the many other remaining structural problems with debt and education," she writes

Why America Needs More African American Teachers – and How to Recruit and Retain Them

Swhelper

Educators and their organizations, school administrators, and policymakers increasingly agree that a lack of diversity among teachers hurts U.S. Michèle Foster. Calls to increase the number of teachers of color, specifically African American teachers, have intensified over the past decade.

Guide for Clergy Ministering to People With Addictions

Gateway Foundation

According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), 20.4 million people aged 12 or older experienced a substance use disorder (SUD) in 2019. Addiction is a pervasive issue in our society, and it affects people from all walks of life, including religious people.

Supporting children and youth in the new school year

National Casa Gal

As we prepare for this new school year, it’s important to acknowledge the teachers, school administrators, parents and community members who are working hard to ensure that students can learn safely and make academic progress.

A call for contributions on book chapters “The Ubuntu Practitioner: Social Work Perspectives”

International Federation of Social Workers

A call for contributions on book chapters “The Ubuntu Practitioner: Social Work Perspectives” To be published by IFSW in November 2022 Editors: Bernard Mayaka – IFSW Administrator; Oluwatoni Adeleke – C.E.O Olive Community Development Initiatives; Anstance Fometu – Independent social worker; Prof Revd Adrian D. van Breda – University of Johannesburg; and Rory Truell […].

IASSW Online General Assembly 2022

The International Association Of Schools Of Social

Rashmi Pandey for her hard work in maintaining all administrative and communications with IASSW Board Members and members. IASSW Online General Assembly 2022. IASSW held its Online General Assembly 2022 on July 13, 2022.

Social Workers to the Rescue at the Border

Beyond Advocacy

The Administration for Children and Families (ACF) issued an emergency call for social workers and other volunteers to assist at the border in meeting the needs of hundreds of migrant children. The Biden Administration has been slow letting media observe the conditions of these children.

Supporting the Education Assistant is in Everyone’s Interest

Gary Direnfeld

Nowadays, the EA is often an agent of control on behalf of the administration to keep the assisted student and other disruptive students from disturbing the other non-identified students. I am of an age when the educational assistant used to work only on behalf of the student to which they were assigned. In so doing the EA was to facilitate the student’s academic achievement as best as possible.

5 micro skills in social work that you may have forgotten

Save the Social Worker

After all, there’s so much case notes to finish , case notes to upload, and even more administrative work to settle. I confess. I’m no expert on social work. I’ve been complained about many times from clients. In my last placement, my supervisor wanted to fail me. Twice.

“Good Trouble” at School: A Call to Action for School Social Workers

University of Connecticut

This webinar is intended for experienced and new school social workers, principals, and building administrators. Tanya Bulls, DSW, LCSW. Christine L. Limone, PhD, LCSW. Thurs, September 8, 2022. 2 pm – 4 pm. 2 CECs. $40 40 – UConn SSW Alumni and Current Field Instructors. $50 50 – All Others. Webinar link will be emailed when your registration is complete. School social workers don’t always receive discipline-specific clinical supervision in their school setting.

Developing a new framework for delegated healthcare interventions

Social Care

Delegated healthcare interventions include blood pressure monitoring, insulin administration, catheter care, wound care and more. These include blood pressure monitoring, insulin administration, catheter care, wound care and more.

Furthering Capacity to Address Performance and Challenges

University of Connecticut

members, administrators, and clients in achieving collective and individual goals. This workshop highlights challenges supervisors may face including supervisees’ performance problems, organizational challenges, and ethical dilemmas in practice. Supervisors will collaborate in exploring strategies for addressing these challenges and promoting worker self-care to strengthen worker wellness and retention. Participants will seek to integrate lessons learned throughout the program.

Racism and Mistreatment in the Mental Health Field: A Practitioner’s Voice

inSocialWork

She obtained her BA and MSW from the University of Pittsburgh, where she concentrated in Community and Social Administration. Danielle Hamner. The social work profession places a high value on diversity, inclusion, and social justice.

Child Maltreatment: Reporting Inequities in Rural Counties

inSocialWork

from the University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration. Brenda Smith. Most research demonstrates a correlation between child poverty and child maltreatment reporting at the county level.

Politics (Yes, Politics) For Social Workers: A Guide for Affecting Change

inSocialWork

Dr. Pimpare previously served as a senior-level administrator of not-for-profit organizations addressing issues of poverty, hunger, and homelessness throughout New York City. Stephen Pimpare. Social work positions itself as the profession that promotes and strives for social justice.

Spanish police investigating alleged carer scam arrest two women

The Guardian

The women – one British and one Spanish – were arrested in the south-eastern province of Murcia last week on suspicion of aggravated fraud, falsifying documents and false administration.

Student Loan Debt Crisis. A Social Work Professor Explains

Famcare

Sallie Mae was the main facilitator when Congress created the student-loan program back in the 1970s during the Johnson administration. According to the latest student loan debt statistics, there are 45 million student loan borrowers who collectively owe $1.7 trillion of student loans. "As

“Good Trouble” at School: A Call to Action for School Social Workers

University of Connecticut

This webinar is intended for experienced and new school social workers, principals, and building administrators. Tanya Bulls, DSW, LCSW. Christine Limone, PhD, LCSW. Monday, February 21, 2022. 2 pm – 4 pm. 2 CEC. $40 40 – UConn SSW Alumni and Current Field Instructors. $50 50 – All Others. Webinar link will be emailed when your registration is complete. School social workers don’t always receive discipline-specific clinical supervision in their school setting.

Reducing Workplace Violence in Nursing & Healthcare

Relias

For administrators seeking to protect their staff and patients, identifying ways to prevent workplace violence in hospitals and other healthcare settings is a top priority.

3 Ways Social Workers Can Implement Better Case Management Processes

Famcare

You end up spending very little time with the client while going through the plethora of administrative tasks associated with a case. Social work is a rewarding profession.

Caseload limits proposed to ease burnout and support effective social work

Community Care

The report cautioned that limits should be considered as a step in the right direction rather than a panacea, given the huge variation in case complexity and the additional impact of administrative pressures on practitioners’ wellbeing.

Delivering the promise of integrated health and care

Social Work With Adults

By that she means recording information in a person’s care record is more than an administrative task, it is a vital part of providing care, just like diagnosing illness, prescribing medicines, helping someone wash and dress, or arranging a family visit. "We

NCCPR news and commentary round-up, week ending August 23, 2022

NCCPR Child Welfare Blog

Khadijah Abdurahman, who is both a parent with lived experience dealing with New York City’s family policing agency, the Administration for Children’s Services – and a Tech Research Fellow at the UCLA Center for Critical Internet Inquiry.