National Association of Social Workers 2017 Code of ethics of the National

National association of social workers 2017 code of

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National Association of Social Workers. (2017). Code of ethics of the National Association of Social Workers . Washington, DC: NASW Press. REPLY QUOTE EMAIL AUTHOR Hide 2 replies 22 days ago Paulita Edmondson RE: Discussion - Week 2 COLLAPSE Charmaine, I absolutely love this photo. I also chose importance of human relationships but because I want to ensure that people are able to understand engagement and having that relational interaction with another human being. But, you related it to how we all need each other, everyone is a piece of the puzzle. This was awesome! Thank you so much for helping me see another view. You were the piece of the puzzle I needed to make this connection! REPLY QUOTE EMAIL AUTHOR 22 days ago Monique Holsey WALDEN INSTRUCTOR MANAGER RE: Discussion - Week 2 COLLAPSE Charmaine, Great post regarding human relationships. Dr. Hyman REPLY QUOTE EMAIL AUTHOR 23 days ago Alexis Underwood RE: Discussion - Week 2 COLLAPSE
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In this photo, you see a group of young men on a track participating in a track & field event. This photo represents service. The NASW Code of Ethics states that the ethical principle for service includes, "Social workers' primary goal is to help people in need and to address social problems" (Code of Ethics of the National Association of Social Workers 2018). Service influenced my decision to become a social worker when I worked as a secretary for the Juvenile Probation Office. Here I was able to witness how to provide juveniles with several different social services. This photograph represents my value because just like the goal for this track and field event is to stay on the right track and in the right lane, it is also the same goal for a Juvenile Probation Officer. We must be able to help provide services to keep juveniles on the right track and in the right lane and not steering into trouble. These services vary anywhere from helping juveniles apply for jobs/college, providing sex education classes, to arranging counseling services for abuse/addiction. National Association of Social Workers. (2008). Code of Ethics of the National Association of Social Workers. Retreived from: ? fileticket=KZmmbz15evc%3D HYPERLINK "? fileticket=KZmmbz15evc%3D&portalid=0"& HYPERLINK "? fileticket=KZmmbz15evc%3D&portalid=0"portalid=0 REPLY QUOTE EMAIL AUTHOR Hide 1 reply 21 days ago Monique Holsey WALDEN INSTRUCTOR MANAGER RE: Discussion - Week 2 COLLAPSE Alexis, Interesting way you linked your picture to the Code of Ethics. Dr. Hyman REPLY QUOTE EMAIL AUTHOR 23 days ago Alexis Underwood RE: Discussion - Week 2
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COLLAPSE In this photo, you see a track. This photo represents service. The NASW Code of Ethics states that the ethical principle for service includes, "Social workers' primary goal is to help people in need and to address social problems" (Code of Ethics of the National Association of Social Workers 2018). Service influenced my decision to become a social worker when I worked as a secretary for the Juvenile Probation Office. Here I was able to witness how to provide juveniles with several different social services.
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