Work Ethics: Social Work Values And Ethics

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Social Work Values & Ethics In the case of the Birky Family, the social worker’s initial responsibility is to provide serve to the client group. The social worker should remain mindful of NASW Code of ethics & Principles to guide practice with application to the client group. “Social workers are continually aware of the profession’s mission, values, ethical principles, and ethical standards and practice in a manner that is consistent with them” (Code of Ethics of the National Association of Social Workers p. 4). The social worker should demonstrate competence through continual learning and it’s relation to the profession of social work. “Social workers continually strive to increase their professional knowledge and skills and apply them in…show more content…
For example, there were certain policies in place within the school system to determine when a social worker is needed. Policies also govern the way in which the city should have handled the uncovered drainage ditch that killed two people who lived around the housing unit. Task Centered Model & EPPSE Ecological System, Problem Solving Model &Empowerment I followed the Task Centered Typology handout that I received in my human Behavior one class last semester. The citation for the Task Centered model is cited on the reference page. Interpersonal Conflict Mr. & Mrs. Birky are grieving the loss of their youngest son, Robert. The couples are both unemployed. As a result of their scarce financial resources, it is seemingly difficult for the couple to provide adequate and nutritional meals. Their oldest son, John, has been attending school sick, improperly dressed, and hungry. The school recently called Mrs. Birky due to suspicions of neglect. Dissatisfaction with Social Relations • The teaching staff at John’s school has routinely tried to contact Mrs. Birky regarding John health and wellbeing, but has ended in no response. • After the death of Robert, and another individual, the city made a promise to cover the drainage ditch, but failed to make any attempts to do so. Problems with Formal
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