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Helpful ideas for thriving in a crisis Life is difficult for many of us right now – with uncertainty, social distancing and big challenges for our work, health and relationships. But we’re facing this together, so let’s stay connected and help each other. How to keep mentally health via Action for Happiness. This is a … Continue reading Even When We are Forced Apart We Can Still be Together
National IV Network@IV_Network are looking for children and young people matched with Independent Visitors to design a logo for their ‘Right Friend’ Campaign. They want a logo that represents the importance of an Independent Visitors in a child in cares life. Spread the word and encourage children and young people in care to enter. The … Continue reading ‘RIGHT FRIEND’ CAMPAIGN & LOGO COMPETITION
Courtesy of SCIE. Author: Dr Godfred Boahen, Policy and Research Officer, British Association of Social Workers Among one of the many challenges of the ongoing COVID-19 crisis to social work is how to conduct relationship-based practice from a distance. Social workers recognise the inherent ethical and therapeutic value of social relationships. An interesting discussion discussion piece. Download … Continue reading COVID-19: using digital technology in relationship-based practice to bridge the gap in social distancing
Courtesy of the Office of the Children’s Commissioner for England: There have been big changes in our lives because of coronavirus, so we’ve created a children’s guide to coronavirus to help explain the situation. The guide aims to answer children’s questions about coronavirus, tell children how to stay safe and protect other people and how … Continue reading Children’s guide to coronavirus