Caroline Rodgers, Social Worker: Every Child Deserves Help

Social worker Caroline Rodgers cares about providing opportunity and hope to disadvantaged children, and to do her best to make a difference for a population often without the means or ability to escape a bad situation. Her goal has always been to provide young people an escape from the detrimental effects of such factors as homelessness, abuse, poverty and other negative circumstances that are far beyond their control.

Caroline Rodgers, social worker attended the University of North London, and earned her CQSW from the well-known and respected institution in 1994. Since that time, she has been ever dedicated to the idea that every child deserves the love and support of the community, as well as an equal chance to rise above and beyond negative circumstances to pursue their dreams. Rodgers has worked tirelessly every day to improve the quality of life for children throughout the London community, and to show children the possibilities of a better situation and a better life.

Caroline Rodgers social worker has been an effective, caring and compassionate professional her entire career, and has successfully developed programs to provide families the support they need to build more stable and secure living environments. She has made a tangible, positive and lasting contribution to the disadvantaged of London, leaving an indelible mark on the lives of many in such desperate need of compassion and support.

Rodgers wants no child to suffer through the damaging effects of abuse, neglect, homelessness or poverty. She strives to eliminate these possibilities and to show children that there is, indeed, hope for the future.

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