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Social Worker Stereotypes Redefined

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Amy

Rutland, MA
United States

As part of Worcester Addresses Childhood Trauma, I host a free online Trauma Training Series that is available to anyone who is interested. I hope that it will provide information and validation for people that may have experienced a similar circumstance, and build empathy and understanding for people that haven't.

Amy

Rutland, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
As part of Worcester Addresses Childhood Trauma, I host a free online Trauma Training Series that is available to anyone who is interested. I hope that it will provide information and validation for people that may have experienced a similar circumstance, and build empathy and understanding for people that haven't.
Why are you participating?: 

Love! I love the concept, the people involved, the content, and the possibilities. Building connections to each other across difference is vital to our progress as individuals, members of groups and as global citizens.

Diana

Fitchburg, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
Cooked and delivered a meal for a family of four. This family had a new baby three weeks ago. Mother became ill after delivery and remained in the hospital for ten days. The meal needed to follow strict nutritional and allergy guidelines. I also volunteer on the Human Rights Committee for The Arc.
Why are you participating?: 

I believe that you are a person first who then has a disability and or diagnoses. Your disability does not define you. You define yourself.

Zoe

Springfield, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I volunteer to the Epilepsy Foundation on a yearly basis.
Why are you participating?: 

I wear a lot of different shirts, like the one I'm wearing in my picture, because people like to judge and they like to guess without meeting me. I wear it, so they know I am unashamed and although I am not my Label, I am strong in who I am.

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