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Lessons from a Social Worker

Originally posted on Real Life of an MSW:
I am a clinical social-worker who wears several different hats. I find these eight tips Managing Caseloads to be universal and easily tailored throughout the profession. Are there tips you would add?…

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Benefits of Exercise in Parkinson’s Treatment

I am a naturally quiet observer- it comes with the title of being a clinical social worker. For the last several weeks, I have walked across the hospital campus observing a group of adults doing everything from Thai Chi, lunges, … Continue reading

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Grocery Shopping Part #2

So, a long, long time, I shared about how I was asked to go on a field trip with a group of young adults who live in a transitional living facility (read it here). Today I was reminded of this … Continue reading

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Grocery Shopping

“Our lives mostly consist of unremarkable events, but maybe the mundane things are also suitable as an epitaph” – David Shrigley I shared this article (Food prices are falling. How are shoppers benefitting by Candid Choi) in my ageing out … Continue reading

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Lessons from a Social Worker

I am a clinical social-worker who wears several different hats. I find these eight tips Managing Caseloads to be universal and easily tailored throughout the profession. Are there tips you would add?   1. Review each case that is inherited … Continue reading

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