World Social Work Day marked in Liverpool
SENIOR managers met with social workers
in Liverpool to mark World Social Work day to celebrate the invaluable
contribution they make to local communities.
Liverpool City Council has social workers in both adults' and children's
services and also in its contact centre, Careline.
Bernie Brown, Assistant Director in Children's Services, said:- "We welcome the opportunity to publicly say thank you to our social workers, residential social workers, family support workers and support staff who deliver social work to families in Liverpool. Their dedication to delivering better outcomes for young people and families is second to none. Every day they are making a positive different to people's lives in the face of extremely challenging circumstances. This is a day to recognise their invaluable work and it was great to thank them in person."
Director of Adult Services and Health, Samih Kalakeche, added:- "We're always grateful for the work that our social workers do in working with the City's most vulnerable adults to ensure that they have the right support to live as independently as they can. World Social Work Day lets us shine a well deserved spotlight on this group of colleagues and to remind everyone of their skills and how vital they are to our communities and say thank you for their expertise and commitment."