Social Work Values

Social workers are required to make important value judgements in line with reasonable work ethics. They have to take the specifics of each case into account when making these potentially life-changing decisions. The old saying that 'you should do to others as you'd have done to yourself' holds true in many instances. However, value judgements also have wide-ranging societal implications. Tough Choices It is important to realise that social workers often work with people who are experiencing great difficulty. Some clients...

Assessment of a child’s best interests

With courts now taking in to consideration the child's best interests, our social circumstances reports are able to convey the impact of separating families. The courts are listening and we are happy to be part of this enabling process.