Caring changed my life

Pitt, Vern
June 2010
Community Care;6/10/2010, Issue 1822, p14
An interview with social workers Amanda Lewis, Julie McNulty, and Janice Shand in Great Britain is presented. When asked why did she became a social worker, Lewis refers that she has the personal qualities to relate with people and make positive difference in their lives. McNulty states that her social work made her very child-focused. Shand notes that carers deserve more money because there allowance is too small.


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