BASW office hours over the Christmas break
We close at 1pm on 24 December 2020 and reopen 9am on 4 January 2021
Being Homeless at Christmas
Caroline McDonald shares what its like working with a homeless family with no recourse to public funds
End of year message from Ruth Allen, BASW CEO
Throughout the last nine months I have often been in awe at the fortitude, positivity and creativity from social workers in the UK and across the world.
BASW in Westminster - Christmas edition
More doses of the coronavirus vaccine have been issued this week around the UK, and we’ll really see a ramping up of jabs being given out in January as people at the top of the priority list get...
Building Relationships at Christmas
Toyin Odenugba shares her reflections on the importance of building relationships with the people you work with as a social worker working in adult services
A Christmas Message from SASW
National Director, Alison Bavidge and Chair, Jude Currie, share a Christmas Message to SASW members
BASW England joins calls for people with learning disabilities to be given vaccine priority status
Government needs to recognise a range of different needs, not just clinical ones
Winter solstice message from Alison Bavidge
On winter solstice 2020, National Director Alison Bavidge shares a message of reflection and hope for 'warmer times'...
Reflections from a Mental Health Officer
Our Committee Member and Mental Health Officer, Ian Jeffries, reflects on how his work has changed since Covid-19