Almost half of social workers and the majority of families they work with feel unable to “meaningfully contribute” to the Care Review, new research by the British Association of Social Workers (BASW) shows. Responding to the review’s first publication, The Case for Change, BASW shared the results of a poll of practitioners about their knowledge and view of the government-commissioned review. Some 47.61 per cent of respondents said they felt unable to “meaningfully contribute” to the review while just 19 per cent said they could. The remaining 28.57 per cent said “maybe”. Read more.