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Categories: Social Work, Undergradute
Social work jobs, in particular those that specifically involve working with children can be incredibly challenging. Many roles include working with sensitive issues at what can be particularly difficult times for the families involved. It is however an extremely rewarding field to work in.
There are a number of reasons why someone might consider social work jobs that involve working with children. Being able to keep a family together or a child safe can be a truly wonderful thing. Working with children in the social care system is a varied role and each day will bring with it its own unique set of challenges, with families facing a range of difficulties from drug and alcohol misuse to domestic violence, neglect and even mental health issues. Here, we look at some of the different social care roles you could undertake.
There are a wide range of different roles within the child social care field that people may want to consider. These include:
- Duty and Assessment
- Long Term Care
- Looked After Care
- Leaving Care
- Youth Offenders
- Emergency Care
- Children with Disabilities
- Fostering and Adoption
Each of these roles involves working with children in very different circumstances, and some people will undoubtedly find that there is one particular field that they would be more comfortable working in. It is not uncommon for those in social care roles to move between roles until they find the one that suits them best.
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