Social Work in a Time of Pandemic

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Universal Health Care is NOT free!!

Ummm....No. I am NOT paying for your health insurance!!

Maruxa more than 3 years ago


When will it stop

Laura more than 3 years ago

We don't know

No one knows. We all have to do our part to prevent further spread. more than 3 years ago

Crazy World

You are not alone in these thoughts I'm originally from Wyoming and moved to Hungary last August as a full-time student also working towards my BSW. For the past week I have been watching my life flip upside down. Rumor has it that my uni won't re-open until the fall. I am trying to decide whether or not to go home with the pressure of more borders locking up each day trapping citizens inside no matter the nationality. As all of this is happening I see half the world population panic and the other skip the hand sanitizer. As a social worker I feel it is my responsibility to gather information from as close to the source as possible and relay it to my community in order to reduce panic and confusion. I also try to be an emotional support for fellow students unable to get home to their families. Even with what I am doing I feel like the difference I'm trying to make is so tiny during this large-scale crisis... and that's because it is. What's most important for me to remember is that just because the impact is small doesn't mean it's insignificant. Impact is always important as long as it's rooted in positivity. Keep your chin up and hands clean over there in New Jersey and remember that your not alone. We are all in this together and I appreciate your help.
Mesa Rose

Mesa Rose Matthews more than 3 years ago

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