Social Worker Reflection

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A sunny day it was, I can never forget this day. I came back home for the long break on the completion of my 100level. My mum stared at me with her eyes filled with tears, I asked, “Mum, where is Laolu?” she burst out crying then I realized it was over for him. My elder brother had died three weeks ago. I pictured his face on the last time we saw, he was all smiles staring at me he didn’t even realized he drilled over me. I remember how badly he wanted us to play but I was carried away with the food I was eaten. He died of multiple sclerosis. This is a rare illness in my part of the world. The doctors did not understand the illness, my parents were not buoyant at the time to send Laolu abroad. I can remember vividly well how the nurses ignored…show more content…
Social workers will often serve as liaisons between different institutions to assist patients and collaborate with other health professionals to ensure patient wellness. Social workers address legal issues, such as assisting with hearings and providing testimony relating to their patients. They also engage in research, policy development and advocacy for services. And of course, social workers must maintain case history records and prepare reports. Social workers are challenged to examine their beliefs and values, to develop interpersonal communication skills and to promote values of social justice, human dignity and equality. In relation to this, I have conducted needs assessment to determine supports for children in relation to food security and medical requirements, provided religious teachings to children from 2-5 years old including lesson planning and themes based on virtues and also developed a good communication skills (Verbal and Written) that helped in communicating information properly. In addition to this, I developed the ability to multi-task and work well under pressure which helped in teaming well with people. As I have a proficiency in language and a keen interest in learning more, this course would be a perfect fit. Not only did I develop my communication and skills, I am also particularly proud of my high attention to
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