Social work aspirants invited to 'be the difference'

September 2009
Community Care;9/17/2009, Issue 1787, p9
The article offers information on the invitation of social workers at the launch of the Children's Workforce Development Council in Great Britain in September 2009. The campaign invited social workers to be the difference, highlighting how practitioners use daily objects to assess the needs of young people and improve their lives. The campaign launched a six-week burst of advertising, where celebrities watched in videos demonstrating the situations faced by social workers.


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