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Dying with Dignity: The Brittany Maynard Story  Brittany Maynard via Facebook 
On November 1, 2014, Brittany Maynard will die. However, her death is being planned on her own terms in response to a recent diagnosis of Glioblastoma Multiforme which is an aggressive brain cancer. Initially, Brittany was given only a few years to live, but …http://www.socialworkhelper.com/2014/10/20/dying-dignity-brittany-maynard-story/?Social+Work+Helpershared via Social Work Helper

Dying with Dignity: The Brittany Maynard Story

Brittany Maynard via Facebook On November 1, 2014, Brittany Maynard will die. However, her death is being planned on her own terms in response to a recent diagnosis of Glioblastoma Multiforme which is an aggressive brain cancer. Initially, Brittany was given only a few years to live, but …

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Are Social Workers Helping Inmates Rot in Solitary Confinement?As I wrote in a article several weeks ago, there are about 25,000 people held in solitary confinement in supermax prison units called SHUs—security housing units—and another 80,000 inmates housed in isolation cells in regular prisons and jails. Many of these individuals are mentally ill. Some are…http://www.socialworkhelper.com/2014/10/17/social-workers-helping-inmates-rot-solitary-confinement/?Social+Work+Helpershared via Social Work Helper

Are Social Workers Helping Inmates Rot in Solitary Confinement?

As I wrote in a article several weeks ago, there are about 25,000 people held in solitary confinement in supermax prison units called SHUs—security housing units—and another 80,000 inmates housed in isolation cells in regular prisons and jails. Many of these individuals are mentally ill. Some are…

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Politician’s Comments on Disabled People Further Proves Welfare Reform Is Driven by IdeologyWhen David Freud stated that some disabled people were “not worth” the minimum wage, he was not saying this for shock effect. It was said in earnest at a fringe meeting at the Tory Party Conference. Furthermore, Lord Freud is not a mere back bench Conservative politician making bizarre and inf…http://www.socialworkhelper.com/2014/10/17/politicians-comments-disabled-people-proves-welfare-reform-driven-ideology/?Social+Work+Helpershared via Social Work Helper

Politician’s Comments on Disabled People Further Proves Welfare Reform Is Driven by Ideology

When David Freud stated that some disabled people were “not worth” the minimum wage, he was not saying this for shock effect. It was said in earnest at a fringe meeting at the Tory Party Conference. Furthermore, Lord Freud is not a mere back bench Conservative politician making bizarre and inf…

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Wake Up Politicians, American Families Need Your Help With Mental IllnessThe National Alliance on Mental Illness[i] reports that one in four adults have a mental illness. Take pause for one second of your day today to raise your eyes from your smart phone to look around you. See that woman over there? She’s one…keep it going. Count four people. Are they standing, sitt…http://www.socialworkhelper.com/2014/10/16/wake-up-politicians-american-families-mental-illness/?Social+Work+Helpershared via Social Work Helper

Wake Up Politicians, American Families Need Your Help With Mental Illness

The National Alliance on Mental Illness[i] reports that one in four adults have a mental illness. Take pause for one second of your day today to raise your eyes from your smart phone to look around you. See that woman over there? She’s one…keep it going. Count four people. Are they standing, sitt…

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How To Help Women Who Are Traumatized By Their Jobs and Hobbies
“Geek culture” is a broadly defined term: including professional cultures associated with science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields as well as recreational ones like science fiction/fantasy fandom, comic books, anime, video games, and hobbies like hacker/maker…http://www.socialworkhelper.com/2014/10/15/help-women-traumatized-jobs-hobbies/?Social+Work+Helpershared via Social Work Helper

How To Help Women Who Are Traumatized By Their Jobs and Hobbies

“Geek culture” is a broadly defined term: including professional cultures associated with science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields as well as recreational ones like science fiction/fantasy fandom, comic books, anime, video games, and hobbies like hacker/maker…

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The Forgotten Poor: More Children Living in Extreme PovertyThe number of children living in extreme poverty—on $2.00 or less per person per day in a household—grew significantly from 1996 until 2011. In 2011, 3.55 million children in 1.65 million households were living in extreme poverty in a given month. Income included TANF and other direct cash ass…http://www.socialworkhelper.com/2014/10/15/forgotten-poor-children-living-extreme-poverty/?Social+Work+Helpershared via Social Work Helper

The Forgotten Poor: More Children Living in Extreme Poverty

The number of children living in extreme poverty—on $2.00 or less per person per day in a household—grew significantly from 1996 until 2011. In 2011, 3.55 million children in 1.65 million households were living in extreme poverty in a given month. Income included TANF and other direct cash ass…

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Paid Maternity Leave: A Policy ImperativeLiving in a country so focused on the reproductive behaviors of women, from contraception to abortion, it seems preposterous that despite the myriad policy imperatives that want to control women’s fertility, there is no federal policy that supports our decision to give birth by granting us paid m…http://www.socialworkhelper.com/2014/10/14/paid-maternity-leave-policy-imperative/?Social+Work+Helpershared via Social Work Helper

Paid Maternity Leave: A Policy Imperative

Living in a country so focused on the reproductive behaviors of women, from contraception to abortion, it seems preposterous that despite the myriad policy imperatives that want to control women’s fertility, there is no federal policy that supports our decision to give birth by granting us paid m…

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Today is National Depression Screening Day!  Depression is highly treatable but the first step is identifying it. Take a free, anonymous, depression screening at www.helpyourselfhelpothers.org  Don’t suffer in silence.

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Today is National Depression Screening Day!

Depression is highly treatable but the first step is identifying it. Take a free, anonymous, depression screening at www.helpyourselfhelpothers.org

Don’t suffer in silence.

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