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Unformatted text preview: NASW, 1996 NASW CODE OF ETHICS ± Six core values: ± Service ± Social Justice ± Dignity and Worth of the person ± Importance of human relationships ± Integrity ± Competence 2 NASW Code of Ethics www.naswdc.org Standards related to the social worker’s ethical responsibility … to clients. to colleagues. in practice settings. as a professional. to the social work profession. to the broader society. SELF-DETERMINATON ± INFORMING CLIENT OF ALL AVAILABLE OPTIONS ± HELPING TO DEFINE ALTERNATIVES ± ASSISTING THEM IN EVALUATING THE OUTCOME OF EACH OPTION SOCIAL WORK MISSION ± To enhance human well-being and help meet the basic needs of all people, with particular attention to the needs and empowerment of people who are oppressed, vulnerable and living in poverty. NASW...
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