Selasa, 14 Julai 2009


what is SOCIAL WORK????

Social work is a profession that can challenge you and help you to make a difference for others. Its goal is to improve the overall functioning and well-being of all people. Yet, social workers have a special concern for the poor, the marginalized, and the vulnerable. Social work is both an art and science. A past student explained it this way, "to be a social worker is to be like an artist with the right strokes on a canvas and like a scientist with the correct formula for reaching out and providing what is needed for others."

What is social work?

Social Work is a dynamic, changing, and challenging profession with a vast array of career options and rich opportunities for deep personal satisfaction.
Professional social workers are experts who help people obtain the resources they need to live with dignity.
Social workers are also committed to making society more responsive to people's needs.
Social work's historical mission has been helping the disadvantaged, those who have been excluded from participation in the ideal of a just and equitable society.
Contemporary social workers also assist people from all walks of life, with all kinds of problems, in all kinds of settings--rich, poor, black or white, young or old, in hospitals, at home or at work.
Social work is a profession for those with a spark of idealism, a belief in social justice and a natural love for working with people.
Social work offers a person a career with the chance to work with and for people of all kinds and needs.
overall, the word "social work" is something with one purpose to help human to get a good life, increase their functional and high capacity to mantain achievement for individual, groups, community, organization and etc.

1 Comment:

  1. farhana-s0cial w0rk said...
    according to National Association of Social Work(NASW) 1973,social work is the profession activity of helping individuals, groups or community to enhance or restore their capacity for social functioning and to create societal conditions favorable to their goals.

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