But the Irish Association of Social Workers has warned a 24-hour crisis intervention service is a long way off.
What does IASW stand for?
IASW stands for Irish Association of Social Workers
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We have 7 other meanings of IASW in our Acronym Attic
- Indonesia Australia Specialised Training Project
- International and Area Studies Teaching Program (University of California, Berkeley)
- Irish Adventure Sports Training Trust (Dublin, Ireland)
- Inter-Agency Support Unit (UN; various locations)
- International Association of Satellite Users
- International Association of Satellite Users and Suppliers
- International Academy of Sports Vision
- In a Silent Way (Miles Davis album)
- Instrument Application Software
- Integrated Anti-Submarine Warfare
- It's A Small World
- It's A Small World (Disney)
- It's A Small World After All (song)
- Indian Association of Soil Water Conservationists (Dehradun, India; est. 1972)
- Indiana Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts
- Indiana Association for Social Work Education (Indiana University East; Richmond, IN)
- International Accounting Standards Working Group
- International Alliance in Support of Workers in Iran (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
- Institute for Advanced Studies of World Religions (Carmel, NY)
- Institute for the Advancement of Social Work Research
Samples in periodicals archive:
30) National Social Work Qualification Board, Irish Association of Social Workers.
This is an absolutely horrendous situation," said Bernie Price, spokeswoman for the Irish Association of Social Workers.
Declan Coogan, of the Irish Association of Social Workers, said: "The Constitution is framed in such a way the family is considered the foundation of society and family rights take priority over children's rights.
The Irish Association of Social Workers spokesman Declan Coogan said: "It seems the protection of children is at the bottom of the list of priorities of those who make decisions about funding, but are remote from the consequences of these decisions.
Research by the Irish Association of Social Workers shows that if kids have to leave their family, they're best looked after in a foster family or small residential home.