Social Work and Grand Challenges
Defined within the NASW Code of Ethics a primary purpose of social work is to promote social justice and change within and on behalf of clients. This established code challenges social workers to enhance social functioning and well-being of all people. Not limited to, but including ing people meet basic human needs, with special attention to vulnerable, oppressed and impoverished members of society in need of personal empowerment and strength. Historically the Social Work profession has dedicated its efforts to alleviating life’s grand challenges and environmental forces that create, contribute and address problems within human existence (Reamer, 2017).
As Social Workers, have navigated into present day, they have continually demonstrated motivations towards defining Trainers function as educational resources whether it be to formal groups or organizations, they present information or instruction, serve as panelists, conduct public meetings or facilitate learning workshops. In the intent to provide effective and adequate information on the subject matter (Dubois & Krogsrud-Miley, 2014).
As an outcome of American life, historically and presently people are required to possess financial capability to save and accumulate wealth through our own abilities and resources. personal security and economic stability, yet financial vulnerability is widespread within this country (American Academy of Social Work and Social Welfare, 2017). Luckily our society is headed towards education and empowerment in the workplace and beyond. Social Work Trainers are now offering financial planning, retirement planning care-giver skill development, and/or child development training sessions where participants are activated to gain strengths, enhance their abilities and promote individual/community competencies (Dubois & Krogsrud-Miley,