Profile

Cover photo
Deona Hooper
Works at Social Work Helper
Attended University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
4,164 followers|128,534 views
AboutPostsPhotosYouTube+1'sReviews

Stream

Deona Hooper

Shared publicly  - 
 
Neera Tanden, President of the Center for American Progress, spoke eloquently about her experience in "Winning the Boss Lottery".
1
Add a comment...

Deona Hooper

Shared publicly  - 
 
On June 30, 2014, Hobby Lobby won its contentious Supreme Court case under the claim that providing employee insurance coverage for four of the twenty contraceptive drugs mandated by health care reform violated their religious beliefs.
1
Add a comment...

Deona Hooper

Shared publicly  - 
 
 
Feel the difference and try to fill the gap ...
‪#‎free‬ ‪#‎coaching‬ Center for only ‪#‎poor‬ childs ,‪#‎boys‬, And ‪#‎girls‬ who not ‪#‎affort‬ ‪#‎education‬ ‪#‎books‬ ‪#‎copies‬ etc,‪#‎classes‬ start on ‪#‎monday‬ 2pm to 7pm at hazara masjid ‪#‎goverment‬ ‪#‎school‬ .
plz help poor childs and kindly ‪#‎contact‬ To Mr Shahzad khan At ...
See More
2
Add a comment...
In her circles
725 people
Have her in circles
4,164 people

Deona Hooper

Shared publicly  - 
 
It surprises me when social work students do not want to volunteer or decline opportunities given to them.
2
co.ordinitor Stp's profile photo
 
True
Add a comment...

Deona Hooper

Shared publicly  - 
 
Recently, I had to opportunity to catch up with Philip Patston who is a phenomenal speaker, advocate, and expert on diversity and labeling.
1
Add a comment...

Deona Hooper

Shared publicly  - 
 
Legislators grilled Mr. Pope on not being able to give definite numbers on the shortfall, and this tension continues to hold up the proposed budget for the House and the Senate.
1
Add a comment...

Deona Hooper

Shared publicly  - 
 
I actually do not use of the word recovery for chronic illness. As an addictions counselor, I do believe the word recovery has a place in terms of a descriptive and progressive process.
1
Add a comment...

Deona Hooper

Shared publicly  - 
 
Somewhere along the journey from childhood to Adulthood, we stopping asking ourselves "What do I want to be", and we began asking ourselves, "What can I do" under the circumstances.
2
Add a comment...
People
In her circles
725 people
Have her in circles
4,164 people
Work
Occupation
Communications, Public Relations, Media
Employment
  • Social Work Helper
    Founder, 2011 - present
Basic Information
Gender
Female
Story
Tagline
Be the change you want to see ~Gandhi
Introduction
Visit www.socialworkhelper.com a progressive magazine providing news, information, and resources for social justice, social work, and social good. Founded in 2011 and created by Deona Hooper, MSW, Social Work Helper caters to two types of readers. We help those who consume services navigate the systems we implement, and we help the providers of services be more knowledgeable about the challenges and barriers consumers face as well as how to be more efficient in providing services.
Bragging rights
Founder and Editior-in-Chief of Social Work Helper
Education
  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Contact Information
Work
Email
Deona Hooper's +1's are the things they like, agree with, or want to recommend.
Winning the Boss Lottery and How You Know That You've Won - Social Work ...
www.socialworkhelper.com

Neera Tanden, President of the Center for American Progress, spoke eloquently about her experience in "Winning the Boss Lottery".

North Carolina 2014 Short Session, Week 8: Medicaid Budget Miracle - Soc...
www.socialworkhelper.com

The acceptance of the Medicaid budget means the aged, blind, and disabled citizens on Medicaid will not lose services.

This is Serious Business: Is There No Fun Allowed in Social Work? - Soci...
www.socialworkhelper.com

There seems to be an unspoken rule in social work that no fun is allowed. Aside from play therapy for children, everything else is serious b

8 Reasons Social Work Students Should Volunteer More Often - Social Work...
www.socialworkhelper.com

It surprises me when social work students do not want to volunteer or decline opportunities given to them.

Where Are HBCU's in the Face of Inclusiveness? - Social Work Helper
www.socialworkhelper.com

In recent months, there have been push backs at HBCUs nationwide which consists of excuses with regards to money, space, time and other misc

Looking at Labeling and Diversity: Interview with Philip Patston - Socia...
www.socialworkhelper.com

Recently, I had to opportunity to catch up with Philip Patston who is a phenomenal speaker, advocate, and expert on diversity and labeling.

Short Session, Week 7 and Still No Budget - Social Work Helper
www.socialworkhelper.com

Legislators grilled Mr. Pope on not being able to give definite numbers on the shortfall, and this tension continues to hold up the proposed

Fundraising: The Skill that Stands Out - Social Work Helper
www.socialworkhelper.com

Many students and professionals dislike fundraising because they are not comfortable asking for money or do not think it is important.

Don't Be Afraid to Tackle the Mental Health Issues Associated with Grief...
www.socialworkhelper.com

Not long ago I was given a book on grief, one of those self-published books that anyone can write and sell on Amazon. The basic premise bein

Lies in Silence Part 3 of 3: Interview with SJ Hart on Recovery - Social...
www.socialworkhelper.com

I actually do not use of the word recovery for chronic illness. As an addictions counselor, I do believe the word recovery has a place in te

Be Anything You Want to Be But Learn How To Define What You Want - Socia...
www.socialworkhelper.com

Somewhere along the journey from childhood to Adulthood, we stopping asking ourselves "What do I want to be", and we began asking ourselves,

Bullying of Students with Disabilities in Our Schools - Social Work Helper
www.socialworkhelper.com

Though the 2013-2014 school year is ending for the summer, the bullying of students with disabilities epidemic has made headline news this a

Another Harm Reduction Perspective: An Interview with Walter Cavalieri
www.socialworkhelper.com

The Canadian Harm Reduction Network is a virtual meeting place for individuals and organizations committed to reducing the social, health an

Child Criminals are Victims Twice Over - Social Work Helper
www.socialworkhelper.com

The incident itself is a tragedy for the victim and his family, but what is alarming to me is that the two offending boys are victims too —

North Carolina Legislators Heading Towards Adjournment, Week 6 Recap - S...
www.socialworkhelper.com

With a lot of controversial bills still on the table and not having reached an agreement on the budget yet, legislators have a lot more work

Family Friendly Workplace Policies Are Not Frills -- They're Basic Needs...
www.socialworkhelper.com

Some businesses are realizing that family-friendly policies are a good business practice, because they help build loyalty and inspire worker

Taking the Social Work Licensure Exam - Social Work Helper
www.socialworkhelper.com

Social work licensure can be a dizzying experience for anyone who has graduated with a Bachelor or Master of Social Work.

Education and Training Versus Experiential Learning - Social Work Helper
www.socialworkhelper.com

Experiential Learning? I find myself reflecting on how much I do and have done that I haven’t actually been educated or trained to do.

North Carolina General Assembly (NCGA) 2014 Short Session, Week 5 Review...
www.socialworkhelper.com

North Carolina General Assembly short session tackles the House budget this week.

Child Protection: The Cases You Live With - Social Work Helper
www.socialworkhelper.com

In child protection, we must also acknowledge that we too are the witnesses and the victims of the violence that we experience in our work.

A very beautiful and highly secured place. I attended the first ever White House Briefing for Social Work Education hosted by Council for Social Work Education and the White House Office of Public Engagement.
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
1 review
Map
Map
Map