About the job
“As well as being empathetic and resilient, to be a social worker you must have the desire to support positive change. It’s important to achieve the best possible outcome for the individuals you support.”
As a social worker, you’ll offer a person-centred approach to people who need support at particular times in their lives for a variety of reasons. You will be ensuring that they are living their lives to their full potential and supporting them to make their own choices. This will include working with a wide range of people including children with disabilities, older people, teenagers with mental health problems, adults with learning disabilities, autism, mental health problems or physical disabilities, people with alcohol or other substance misuse problems, refugees and asylum seekers or children who are at risk of neglect or abuse.
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