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Amy Davies

Social Worker

Amy left school with no qualifications and decided she wanted to make a difference to families’ relationships. As a qualified social worker, she now works to find forever homes for children and supports vulnerable families to cope with various issues.

Q&A with Amy

Why are you passionate about your role?

I’m very passionate about building relationships and I work hard for families to stay together, even if that means we go through difficulties together. That’s my passion.

Do you face any challenges?

Sometimes you’ve got families that are difficult, and you build the trust so they’re willing to work hard with you.

What kind of person does it take to become a social worker?

You’ve got to have a really good sense of humour because, if you don’t, you won’t be able to connect with the people you support.

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