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Law for Social Work Practice

Working with Vulnerable Adults

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Red Globe Press

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18 June 1999

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In adopting an innovative case-study approach to social work law and practice, this text fills a genuine need for a book which applies legal knowledge to the practice predicaments social workers face in their daily work....

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In adopting an innovative case-study approach to social work law and practice, this text fills a genuine need for a book which applies legal knowledge to the practice predicaments social workers face in their daily work. Focusing on an area of law not covered in depth in standard texts currently available, it offers clear and accessible coverage of care in the community and protection of the most vulnerable in our society in a stimulating practice-focused way.

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Social work law is core to the social work curriculum, and this is the only social work law text to consider exclusively the needs of vulnerable adults, who tend to get overlooked in the literature
Innovative case study approach relates the knowledge of the law to the realities of social work practice, bridging the gap for students and practitioners who need guidance in applying their knowledge

Social Care Law in Practice
Assessing Needs and Providing Services
Advocacy: Speaking on Someone's Behalf
Advocacy: Acting on Someone's Behalf
Preparing to Live with Someone Else
Protecting Adults from Abuse or Harm
Protecting People from Themselves
Adults Who Become the Victims of Crime
Promoting Rights.

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ROBERT JOHNS and ANDREW SEDGWICK both lecture on social work qualifying courses at De Montfort University.

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ROBERT JOHNS and ANDREW SEDGWICK both lecture on social work qualifying courses at De Montfort University.

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