Social Work in the News – June 13, 2008

Jun 13, 2008

News Source: Google News

Survey Finds Children Of “Sandwich” Generation Caregivers Take On
North American Press Syndicate – New York, NY
(NAPSI)-A new survey finds that children of “sandwich” generation caregivers are actively participating in caregiving responsibilities for loved ones with

Social Workers and Human Resource Managers in High Demand as Weak
Biloxi Sun Herald – MS
The Counseling/Social Work profession cracked the Top 25 for the first time since Jobfox began tracking job trends in March 2008. “For about a year now,

Georgia: Life after the war zone
Chattanooga Times Free Press – Chattanooga, TN
Such problems are common among troops returning from a war zone, according to Connie Robinson, a licensed clinical social worker in North Chattanooga who

Pitt’s SSW dean contributes to encyclopedia
New Pittsburgh Courier – Pittsburgh
As societal conditions and policies have changed dramatically throughout the world in recent years, so has the standard reference publication of social work

Daughters thankful for their single dad’s love, hard work
Jackson Sun – Jackson, TN
Jim Jones, a licensed clinical social worker with Pathways Behavioral Health Services in Jackson, thinks society focuses more on single motherhood than