Social Work Today November/December 2018
Total CE Credit Hours: 2
Course Info URL: http://www.socialworktodayce.com/courses/102309
About the Course:
Foster Care to Adoption — Preparing Youths and Families for the Transition
Social workers can help ease this sensitive passage with thoughtful and realistic preparation.
End-of-Life Care in Prison
Hospice for inmates is a growing trend, but more programs are needed to provide compassionate and humane care to this long-isolated population.
Food Insecurity and Assistance — Making Ends Meet
Hunger is still a prominent national issue, and many Americans, even those who work, receive food assistance to supplement their income.
Issues Facing Today’s Female Veterans — ‘Feeling Invisible and Disconnected’
Women veterans experience underaddressed, gender-related challenges.
Describe the challenges facing youths and families in the transition from foster care to adoption and strategies to ease that passage.
Discuss the trend of end-of-life care in prison and how it is helping prisoners, volunteers, and the prison system.
Explain the status of food insecurity in the United States and how food assistance programs are helping.
Describe some of the issues facing today’s female veterans and some measures being taken to alleviate them.
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