#MacroSW Twitter chat for 11/2/2017: Exploring the Image and Burn-Out of the Child Welfare Worker
The words “child welfare” can bring various reactions from members of a community with most being negative in nature. It can inspire hate, fear, and frustration. But why is this?
Child welfare, mostly associated with child protective services, has the primary goal of ensuring the safety, permanency, and well-being of children and families. If it is determined that abuse or neglect has occurred, caseworkers help parents or caregivers address those issues by providing referrals to treatment, emergency housing, parenting classes and other support.
Join us on Thursday, November 2, at 9 p.m. Eastern (6 p.m. Pacific) for the #MacroSW chat with contributor Niara Morrow (@SWMorrow), an intake caseworker at Job and Family Services in Cincinnati and recent MSW graduate from the University of Cincinnati, to explore the public image of the child protective services and discuss ways we can change opinions about the child welfare worker.
Additionally, we will discuss…
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