NASW - AL Eastern Regional Event 

The National Association of Social Workers (NASW) - Alabama Chapter, Eastern Region is facilitating a 1 Day Training Workshop related to "Social Work Self-Care" at Talledega College. 4 Continuing Education Contact Hours Will Be Earned Through Participation of This Event! 

                                                                                        Register Now


 


  

NASW - Southern Regional Event

The NAtional Association of Social Workers (NASW) - Alabama Chapter, Southern Region presents a lunch and learn, focusing on Blending of Art and Social Work: Working with Children / Adolescence This event will be held in Foley, AL and offer 1 Continuing Education Hour. 

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The Schwartz Center National Compassionate Caregiver of the Year Award

 

Nominate a professional caregiver or team for the 2015 Schwartz Center National Compassionate Caregiver of the Year (NCCY) Award, which recognizes healthcare providers who display extraordinary devotion and compassion in caring for patients and families. Professional caregivers who work in any U.S. healthcare setting are eligible for this prestigious award, which celebrates the importance of human connection, hope and compassion in healthcare.

 

Award-winning author Atul Gawande will present the NCCY award at the 20th Annual Kenneth B. Schwartz Compassionate Healthcare Dinner on November 18 in Boston, where the award recipient and five finalists will be honored before an audience of 2,000 caregivers and healthcare executives.

 

Visit theschwartzcenter.org/award

Nominations close May 1, 2015


 


   


                                                                               NASW Virtual Career Fair 

NASW will hold its first virtual career fair on May 19, 2015 from 1-4pm EST. Though the event is a couple of months away registration is now open.  You will find the announcement about the VCF on NASW’s website.   Also, the direct link is provided below. 

 

https://app.brazenconnect.com/events/nasw-career-fair#!eventLanding;eventCode=nasw-career-fair

 

Questions? 

Yvette Mulkey

Manager, Specialty Practice Sections

750 First Steet, Suite 800

WDC, 20002-4241

ymulkey@naswdc.org

 



 

 

  

Gulf Coast Elder Abuse Conference 

The 9th Annual Gulf Coast Elder Abuse Conference will be on June 15th at the Northshore Harbor Center in Slidell, LA.  Registration is now open for this fantastic opportunity to learn from nationally recognized experts and improve your knowledge and understanding of Elder Abuse. Register by May 10th to qualify for the Early Registration Rate.

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Recent News
 

SJR 34 would shut the door on Medicaid expansion.

We need you to act now. Twenty-one state senators have proposed a resolution opposing Medicaid expansion. Senate Joint Resolution 34 slams the door on health coverage for 185,000 hard-working Alabamians.

The coverage gap is withholding health care from too many Alabama workers and their families. It also puts hospitals across the state at financial risk. Urge your senator to oppose SJR 34 if it comes to the Senate floor.

Here’s the list of SJR 34 cosponsors: Senators Pittman, Albritton, Melson, Bussman, Scofield, Allen, Sanford, Holtzclaw, Glover, Brewbaker, Waggoner, Shelnutt, Hightower, Stutts, Ward, McClendon, Livingston, Reed, Whatley, Orr and Williams

 

http://arisecitizens.org/index.php/about-us-topmenu-45-45/support-arise-donate 

 

   Discrimination
4.02 Discrimination
1. Social workers should not practice, condone, facilitate, or collaborate with any form of discrimination on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, color, sex, sexual orientation, age, marital status, political belief, religion, or mental or physical disability.

Cultural Competence
1.05 Cultural Competence and Social Diversity
1. Social workers should understand culture and its function in human behavior and society, recognizing the strengths that exist in all cultures.
2. Social workers should have a a knowledge base of their clients' cultures and be able to demonstrate competence in the provision of service that are sensitive to clients' cultures and to the difference among people and cultural groups.
3. Social workers should obtain education about and seek to understand the nature of social diversity and oppression with respect to race, ethnicity, national origin, color, sex, sexual orientation, age, martial status, political belief, religion, and mental or physical disability. 

Click here to view the Code of Ethics



 






  




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Feel free to contact us at 334-260-4018, Fax:334-260-4070 or alabama@naswal.net.


 

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Calendar

4/17/2015 » 5/31/2015
NASW - Alabama Chapter Presents - The Torchbearer Scholarship

4/27/2015
NASW-AL Southern Region Lunch & Learn - Blending of Art and Social Work: Working With Children / Ado

5/14/2015
NASW Virtual Career Fair

5/16/2015
NASW Alabama | American Red Cross: Disaster Mental Health Volunteer Training

6/15/2015
9th Annual Gulf Coast Elder Abuse Conference

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