1. Does this mean that social work case management cannot be done telephonically across state lines on a regular basis without obtaining a license in each state that is being serviced?

  2. I would like to purchase a copy rather than download. How do I do that?

  3. Thank you for these. Are they available in a reader-friendly or printer-friendly format? For those of us who do use technology, the old-fashioned brochure is not the preferred format.


    • Good morning Ms. Sussman:

      You can download and print the PDF version of the technology standards. Here is the link: http://socialworkers.org/practice/standards/NASW_ASWB_CSWE%20_&_CSWA_Standards_for_Technology.asp

      Have a great day.

      Greg Wright
      NASW Public Relations Manager

    • Teresa Gutierrez

      I was so hopeful when I read Rain Sussman’s question and you replied that the pdf version of the tech standards was available via the link you provided. However, the link took me to the brochure version, which is not satisfactory for printing out. It requires twice as much paper as it should and puts a blue haze behind the text. Sometimes I can use Photoshop to convert those brochure files to 2 brochure pages/print-out page but a 64 page brochure would take a large amount of time to convert.
      Can you tell me what software I need to be able to convert your brochure to a reader-friendly or printer-friendly format, be able to adjust the print size and print it out on 8 1/2 x 11″ paper?
      Thanks for your efforts. I hope you can help.

  4. Delegate Assembly. ..darn spell check!

    • We knew what you meant Beth! Smile. Thanks for your comments.

      Greg Wright
      NASW Public Relations Manager

  5. AAMFT and AMHCA updated their respective Codes of Ethics in 2015 to include ethical standards for technology use. I hope NASW will do the same in the next Dela gate Assembly.

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