By Pepijn Giesbers, Academy of Social Studies’ s-Hertogenbosch Already two months in this country, on this continent and so on the other side of the world. I have seen, done, thought so much but also enjoyed?! Where I took the
By Max Horsman, Student Social Work at Avans Hogeschool, ‘s-Hertogenbosch (The Netherlands) I want to start this blog with a summary of last weekend. The CASO participants from project 2.1 and 2.2 (in Cape Town) came over for the weekend.
Meet, Sofie, Mabel, Nora and Leonie, the CASO students participating in thePatient Partner Programme. Using art, workshops and other activities the CASO Students aims to inform communities about the challenges of having a stroke. Follow the activities and keep updated
By Terri van Iperenburg Another week, another song stuck in my head that describes what I am going through. I don’t know if many of you saw the movie Trolls (I didn’t, but being a babysitter taught me many songs
By Terri van Iperenburg Well here I am, back again with the blogging. This week was a stressful week for me. Yes Terri start with the negative (Don’t worry, the positives will come as well). This week I gave myself