|School Social Worker|
Ann-Marie McBride, MSW
School social work is a specialized area of practice within the broad field of social work. In North Carolina, school social workers are licensed through the Department of Public Instruction. School social work practice includes home visits, assessment, group and individual counseling, program development, conflict resolution, crisis intervention, consultation and coordination of school and community services.
Support Group for Parents of Children with Disabilities
Facilitators: Carisa Hooks, Intensive Intervention Teacher, and Ann-Marie McBride, School Social Worker
What: North Buncombe Elementary School parents who have children with disabilities
When: The 2nd Thursday of every month (Beginning October 10th) at 1:00, 2013-2014 school year
Where: North Buncombe Elementary School, counselor’s office
If you are a parent at NBES and are interested in participating in a Parent Support Group focused on offering support to parents of children with disabilities, please feel free to join us on the 2nd Thursday of every month at NBES. We will discuss programs and resources for students and families. For more info, visit our blog! We look forward to seeing you!
Need a Helping Hand?
Everyone needs a helping hand in one way or another at some
time. There are several resources that I frequently refer
families to when needs arise. I have listed a few of these below,
but there are many more services available that are not listed
here. (See 211 information at the bottom)
You can also dial 211 for a free community referral service. It is
available 24 hours a day and it can be accessed by computer at: