Caring for People in the Community
The New Welfare
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This book critically examines the new agenda of welfare and assesses the implications for change for policy makers, formal and informal carers and consumers including examinations of key topics such as care planning and case management.
- Published: Jan 01 1994
- Pages: 160
- 232 x 170mm
- ISBN: 9781853021121
This volume, edited by Michael Titterton, makes interesting reading for those seeking to understand the practice realities of policy developments in community care over recent years... In a crucial but exceedingly complex area, their arguments make for valuable but difficult reading.
objective and forthright... The reviewer can identify very clearly with the conclusion of Mike Titterton, which when encapsulated must surely mean that all involved in community care must re-assess their basic programmes... It is to be hoped that critiques presented in this publication will be read and sensibly discussed by everyone involved in community care and acted upon NOW.
Journal of the Institute of Health Education
The authors, specialists from many backgrounds, forcefully tackle the impact of the changes. The no-punches pulled approach is refreshing and stimulating.