Uncivilized Social Worker: A Mother's Story by Eliza EidlerUncivilized Social Worker: A Mother's Story by Eliza Eidler

Uncivilized Social Worker: A Mother's Story

byEliza Eidler

Paperback | December 22, 2016

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When Eliza Eidler became pregnant with her son, she could never have imagined she would be embroiled in a ten-year battle to protect him from a hostile father and a rogue social worker in the United States. Only a few years later, her daughter would become the target of an organized government welfare hoax in Canada.

In Uncivilized Social Worker, she tells how she and her family fell victim to falsified child-welfare concerns and how the threat that undermined their safety and happiness was closer to home than she could ever imagine. Determined to fight for her son, Eidler narrates enduring the tyranny of a rogue social worker in the United States and then, with all odds stacked against her, takes on an organized child-welfare hoax perpetrated by Canadian social services in the fight to save her daughter from an illegitimate adoption and illegal court proceedings.

Uncivilized Social Worker is a powerful, true story of a mother’s struggles to avoid losing her children. Follow Eidler, a private citizen, as she unwittingly uncovers child-welfare fraud and government secrecy in her first book of the three-part series.

Eliza Eidler is an avid homebody who lives with her husband and daughter in a very tall townhouse with many stairs. In the computer world her laptop would be classified as outmoded; it’s even missing the “h” and the “u” keys, but she types on the rubber pads and pretends sometimes that it’s her beloved, worn-out typewriter. She used it...
Title:Uncivilized Social Worker: A Mother's StoryFormat:PaperbackDimensions:108 pages, 8 × 5 × 0.22 inPublished:December 22, 2016Publisher:IuniverseLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1532007825

ISBN - 13:9781532007828

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Date published: 2017-01-20