Trained To Care

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This series about professional social workers examines the nature of their work, the system within which they operate, and the training they need.

1: The Social Workers and the System

Who are the social workers? What is their job about? What is the system within which they operate?

DAVID HOBMAN , Director of the Social Work Advisory Service, discusses these questions with PETER LEONARD of the National Institute for Social Work Training and MARGERY TAYLOR Of the London Boroughs Training Committee.

Produced by ANN CALDWELL

Contributors

Unknown: David Hobman

Unknown: Peter Leonard

Unknown: Margery Taylor

Produced By: Ann Caldwell

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2: Starting out in Social Work Two trainee social workers talk about their training and their future career.

DAVID HOBMAN discusses the points raised with R C. WRIGHT , Chief Professional Adviser. Council for Training in Social Work, and MARGERY TAYLOR , Director of Training, London Boroughs Training Committee (Social Services).

Produced by ANN CALDWELL

Contributors

Unknown: C. Wright

Unknown: Margery Taylor

Produced By: Ann Caldwell

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3: The Social Werker and the Family

What happens when a family with problems seeks help from a social work agency? What form will the help take and how is it given?

DAVID HOBMAN talks to two married couples, to their social workers, and then to PADDY DANIEL , until recently Case-work Consultant at the Family Welfare Association.

Produced by ANN CALDWELL

Contributors

Unknown: Paddy Daniel

Produced By: Ann Caldwell

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700416]

A series of eight programmes about the professional social worker.

4: The Social Worker and the Sick

DAVID HOBMAN talks to both a medical and a psychiatric social worker about their role with the physically and men. tally ill. He discusses theii work with PADDY DANIEL , for merly Casework Consultant ai the Family Welfare Association. Produced by ANN CALDWELL

Contributors

Talks: David Hobman

Unknown: Paddy Daniel

Produced By: Ann Caldwell

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700423]

A series of eight programmes about the professional social worker

5: The Social Worker with the Elderly and the Disabled

DAVID HOBMAN looks at the social worker's role in helping the physically disabled and the elderly, both in their own homes and in residential care. He discusses their work with WALTER BOYCE , Chief Welfare Officer in Essex, and MARGERY TAYLOR of the London Boroughs Training Committee.

Produced by ANN CALDWELL

Contributors

Unknown: David Hobman

Unknown: Walter Boyce

Unknown: Margery Taylor

Produced By: Ann Caldwell

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700430]

6: The Social Worker and Delinquency DAVID HOBMAN discusses the role of the probation officer and talks about the group work method with PHYLLIDA PARSLOE , London School of Economics Produced by ANN CALDWELL

Contributors

Unknown: Delinquency David Hobman

Unknown: Phyllida Parsloe

Produced By: Ann Caldwell

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700514]

A series of eight programmes about the professional social worker introduced by DAVID HOBMAN , Director of the Social Work Advisory Service

7: The Community Development Officer

A new housing estate often has its teething troubles; in particular the services provided may not be adequate to meet the needs of the new population. How can people first decide what they do need and then tell the authorities about these needs? And how in their turn can the authorities tell the residents what they can or cannot provide? David Hobman talks about these problems first to some of the residents of a new housing estate, then to their Community Development Officer. He discusses the issues with DAVID JONES of the National Institute for Social Work Training, and robin guthrie, Social

Development Officer to the New Town of Peterborough. Produced by ANN CALDWELL

Contributors

Introduced By: David Hobman

Talks: David Hobman

Unknown: David Jones

Produced By: Ann Caldwell

Genome: [r4 Bd=19700521]

In the last of eight programmes DAVID HOBMAN looks at the organisation of the personal social services in Scotland and in Northern Ireland and discusses how they differ from the iest of the United Kingdom.

He finally talks with PETER LEONARD , MARGERY TAYLOR , and REG WRIGHT about points that have arisen from listeners' letters.

Produced by ANN CALDWELL

Contributors

Unknown: David Hobman

Unknown: Peter Leonard

Unknown: Margery Taylor

Unknown: Reg Wright

Produced By: Ann Caldwell