Today I am going to introduce Google Documents to the social workers that read this blog and may not know how to use it.
I’m the type of person that loves to listen to audio, be it music, broadcast, radio. Maybe it’s the social worker in me that loves to listen, decipher, analyze, contemplate, re-frame, and visualize without actually being in the time and place that the client was at in the story they’re telling me.
In my Health/Mental Health in Social Work Practice class the other day, we were given an vignette to read and analyze. As my group discussed the case, I worked on compiling a genogram:
Read more, after the break!
Many of you probably don’t use Google Reader or know what RSS is, but I’m here to help.
Evernote is a free service that allows you to take and store notes in different formats – text, image (picture/scanned), or audio.
This is an art exercise that I made while completing my first year MSW internship! 🙂 The child draws out his or her name on the canvass however they want The child draws stars out Inside the stars, the child will write out things that they value Easy-peasy on the iPad with the kids I…
My iPad and I make quite the dynamic duo when it comes to practicing social work.
I’m not going to hide the fact that I’m an Apple fanboy. When I saw the iPad come out, I was dismayed with it’s lack of USB port, no Adobe Flash playing capabilities, and virtual keyboard. Despite this, I knew I must have one.
Google Voice is a tool I have been attempting to get people to convert to. [I think this may be a U.S. only tool].
For an overview video presentation as to what the service is, I would suggest starting here, where there are more video presentations as to what the service does and other tricks.