Social Work Essentials 2: A Social Worker’s Car

As noted Part 1 of a Social Worker's Essentials: Go-Bag, we touched on all the items a social worker would benefit from carrying in his or her bag. Below, we expand on these essentials in terms of a social worker's car. Enjoy, and feel free to leave further helpful suggestions in the comments! Plastic totes... Continue Reading →

“A Series of Unfortunate Events” | Life Applications

I have always been a fan of A Series of Unfortunate Events, written by Daniel Handler.┬áThe many books accompanied me after checking out of the school's library, and the never ending and tragic tale of this family left me with the desire to keep reading as I hoped for better outcomes. Presently, the Netflix series... Continue Reading →

Social Work Essentials 1: A Social Worker’s Go-Bag

As I sat down and thought about different items social workers may need, my mind automatically went in the direction of child welfare workers and home visitations. This go-bag of sorts, as implied in the name, is the bag for the social workers that find themselves rushed, overwhelmed, and running out one door to head... Continue Reading →

Myths About People with Developmental Disabilities

I've worked with individuals with developmental disabilities for about three years now, and it is a population I find vast amounts of love and joy. With this love and joy however, negativity and ignorance is possessed by many. It is with this writing that I hope to break any false ideas you have about people... Continue Reading →

Mindfulness Amongst Chaos

During stressful days and hectic times, it is necessary for the good of one's mental and emotional well-being to be in touch with one's own feelings. Even more so, being in tune with the every-day will decrease feelings of hopelessness and helplessness, and will aid in coping with the stresses of daily life. It is... Continue Reading →

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