Dow you know a social workers whose contribution deserves national recognition? Entries for the 2019 Social Worker of the Year Awards are currently open – but close at midnight on Friday 19 July.
Now in their thirteenth year, the Social Worker of the Year Awards aim to give recognition to the challenging work of social workers, celebrate the outstanding contributions and achievements of those working in the profession, and improve understanding of the range of challenging work that social workers undertake.
The shortlist will be announced in October and the winners revealed at a ceremony and dinner in London in November.
Previous hosts have included celebrity chef and government fostering ambassador Lorraine Pascale and BBC News reporter and former care leaver Ashley John-Baptiste.