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Essentials of Community Care (2nd Edition)

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 200
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Paperback - 9781403942036

20 December 2006

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Ebook - 9780230209428

16 September 2017

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The second edition of this guide to community care, aimed at both health and social care practitioners, offers a clear and structured introduction to present policy and practice. It is illustrated throughout by pertinent...

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The second edition of this guide to community care, aimed at both health and social care practitioners, offers a clear and structured introduction to present policy and practice. It is illustrated throughout by pertinent case material and has been updated with the latest policy developments and new literature.

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Clear, accessible introduction to the key issues


Suitable for students and practitioners alike

Introduction
Background to Community Care
Care within the Community
The Shifting Boundaries of Community Care
Care Management and Assessment
Inter-Professional Issues in Community Care
Social Support and Community Care
User Empowerment and Community Care
Adult Abuse and Community Care
Conclusion
Bibliography
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PETER SHARKEY was formerly a Principal Lecturer in Social Work at Liverpool John Moores University, UK. Since taking early retirement, he has been an Associate Lecturer with the Open University and has worked part-time as a social worker with older people.

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PETER SHARKEY was formerly a Principal Lecturer in Social Work at Liverpool John Moores University, UK. Since taking early retirement, he has been an Associate Lecturer with the Open University and has worked part-time as a social worker with older people.

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