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Cover of Social Worker Meltdown  report, frantic looking social worker
Social Worker

Cover of the report Portecting Children Retoring Families,  It Takes Time
Protecting Children,
Restoring Families,

It Takes Time and

Local 535
Retirees Wanted

Local 535 Election underway

SEIU Local 535 Dragon--Voice of  the Union-- American Federation of Nurses & Social Services Unioin

September-October 2001

Helping People Lead Independent Lives
Helping People with Developmental Disabilities lead More Fulfilling Life.

This issue of the Dragon features workers at The Arc San Francisco, who work with people with developmental disabilities.

It is spiritually rewarding, The Arc San Francisco worker Ed Rauch describes his work.

Societies are judged by how they treat the elderly and the disabled, states Charles Houck

SEIU launches campaign for quality services for people with developmental disabilities

Santa Clara In Home Support Services Workers aid the elderly

Children of the Foster Care System make a difference, Scott Amyx and Tyler Vinciguerra

Get Involved activists Alex Arcuri and Robert Castillo

Remembering September 11, 2001

Last Issue
Abbey looking preplexed

“If I was not in ILSP I would be a lot more confused then I am already. It is confusing going through all of it by yourself, not knowing your future, and then being a single parent at 18, getting out of the foster care system without any parents or family. It is really confusing.” Abbey
ILSP Social Workers Make a Difference

Social worker holding an infant, silhoueted by a window
Social Worker Campaign

two people with disablities posing for the camear
Clients at The Arc San Francisco standing in an institutional kitchend with aprons , Chef Allison is in the background
Cooking up a storm at The Arc San Francisco 

Hector moving a laundry cart and giving the thumbs up sign

Find out why The Arc San Francisco workers have so much fun

Two people with disablities  smiling and gesturing at the camera

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