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by Rosemary Littlechild,Jon Glasby

  • Author: Rosemary Littlechild,Jon Glasby
  • ISBN: 1847423183
  • ISBN13: 978-1847423184
  • ePub: 1333 kb | FB2: 1462 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Publisher: Policy Press; 2nd Revised ed. edition (May 6, 2009)
  • Pages: 232
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Direct payments and personal budgets: Putting personalisation into practice ePub download

Jon Glasby, Rosemary Littlechild.

Jon Glasby, Rosemary Littlechild. It is essential reading for students, practitioners and policy makers in social work and community care services.

This is the first UK introductory textbook on direct payments and personal budgets, summarising the current evidence and . Jon Glasby is Professor of Health and Social Care and Co-Director of the Health Services Management Centre, University of Birmingham.

This is the first UK introductory textbook on direct payments and personal budgets, summarising the current evidence and implications for policy and practice. Written by leading national experts in the personalisation agenda, the book is essential reading for everyone involved in social care. A qualified social worker by background, he is also a board member of the Social Care Institute for Excellence.

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Jon Glasby is professor of health and social care and head of the School of Social Policy at the University of Birmingham, where Rosemary Littlechild is a senior lecturer in social work in the Department of Social Policy and Social Work. A comprehensive explanation as to how and why how direct payments and personal budgets have come to exist, and a compelling portrait of a pattern of increased satisfaction, quality of life, well-being, and cost-effectiveness. Crucially, they also highlight the notion that these developments are ongoing.

Jon Glasby and Rosemary Littlechild. achieved 7. The advantage of direct payments and personal budgets 8. Possible barriers 9. ons fro community care. Jon Glasby and Rosemary Littlechild. Distributed for Bristol University Press. 00 ISBN: 9781447326755 Published March 2016 For sale in North and South America only. This book is important to all who need to understand individuals’ rights to independence.

Rosemary Littlechild . eISBN: 978-1-4473-2678-6. To understand the importance of direct payments and personal budgets, it is necessary to have a basic awareness of the history of social work, its relationship with financial/poverty issues and the traditional relationship between the state and the individual recipient of services.

Glasby, Jon Littlechild, Rosemary13 de janeiro de 2016. Comprar como presente. In future, all care will be delivered via a personal budget, with direct payments as the default rather than the exception. As the concepts have spread from adult social care to other sectors, the changes have been controversial and difficult to implement.

Jon Glasby is Professor of Health and Social Care and Head of the School of Social Policy, University of Birmingham.

Jill Manthorpe, Kings College London. Jon Glasby is Professor of Health and Social Care and Head of the School of Social Policy, University of Birmingham

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Written by leading national experts in the personalisation agenda, the book is essential reading for everyone involved in social care. Save up to 80% by choosing the eTextbook option for ISBN: 9781447326786, 1447326784.

Direct payments and personal budgets are two of the most exciting and important developments in adult social care since the Second World War. From very small-scale origins, both have grown rapidly and are now set to transform the whole of adult social care. In future, the government has pledged that everyone will receive a personal budget, and managers, practitioners and students alike will need to be fully conversant with the implications of this.Against this background, this is the first UK introductory textbook on direct payments and personal budgets, summarising the current evidence and implications for policy and practice. Designed for front-line practitioners and for student social workers, the book places these policies in context, explores their origins and impacts, and sets out the challenges and opportunities for practice. Written by leading national experts in the personalisation agenda, the book is essential reading for everyone involved in social care.This is a revised and updated second edition of the ground-breaking "Social work and direct payments" (The Policy Press, 2000).
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