TITLE

COMMUNITYCareco.uk

PUB. DATE
July 2009
SOURCE
Community Care;7/30/2009, Issue 1781, p14
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article offers information on communitycare.co.uk, which provides all the latest social care news, opinion and debate. The CareSpace, the forum for everyone in social care, has had a revamp. It's easy to join CareSpace, one just need to register with an e-mail address and password. The e-mail address will be kept private. The new CareSpace media section allows one to upload pictures, audio, video or other files to the site.
ACCESSION #
43969389

 

Related Articles

  • Social workers consider 'bending' rules for clients.  // Community Care;11/1/2007, Issue 1697, p5 

    The article focuses on a survey by "Community Care" which revealed that a third of social workers in Great Britain are prepared to exaggerate service users' needs to obtain care for them as more councils tighten adult's eligibility criteria. Of the 300 adults' services social workers surveyed,...

  • Directors reject BASW's 'scaremongering' over job fears.  // Community Care;3/26/2009, Issue 1763, p5 

    The article informs that Ruth Cartwright, an official from a British Association of Social Workers, has warned that the Social Work Taskforce provides the last chance to save adult social work in some areas of Great Britain. Cartwright has urged the taskforce and government to set out a clear...

  • DIARY.  // Community Care;6/7/2007, Issue 1676, p15 

    The article recounts the weekly activities done by a social work student in an assertive outreach team. The student saw the value of an assertive outreach team. He learned that by using an assertive outreach team, there is more continuity of care when staff are absent and a quicker response from...

  • A blow for social care. Hunter, Mark // Community Care;5/28/2009, Issue 1772, p16 

    In this article,the author looks at the risk minimizing options available for social care practitioners who reveal inconvenient truths and challenge bad practice by whistleblowing. It advises them to make sure that one has an audit trail. If unsure about where to turn, consult Public Concern at...

  • THE RISKS OF DEVOLUTION. Miskelly, Bronagh // Community Care;6/18/2009, Issue 1775, p4 

    The article presents the author's views on the social care environments in Great Britain. According to the author, in Great Britain four separate approaches for the wider social care workforce has been seen even though it looks like people are doing similar jobs with similar service users. The...

  • Going their separate ways? Hocking, Josephine // Community Care;6/18/2009, Issue 1775, p14 

    The article presents information on the social work system in the four different countries in Great Britain. It is stated that although in England, Scotland and Wales local authorities are responsible for social care, there are different systems. It is suggested that all social workers in Great...

  • REVIEW. Dawson, Stephen // Institute of Public Affairs Review;Jul2000, Vol. 52 Issue 2, p18 

    Provides information on several Web sites about welfare reform in the United States. Intellectualcapital.com; Policy.com.

  • care space is your space.  // Community Care;10/16/2008, Issue 1743, p14 

    The article reviews the web site www.communitycare.co.uk/carespace from CareSpace.

  • Validation of the Zarit Burden Interview for Chinese Canadian Caregivers. Lai, Daniel W. L. // Social Work Research;Mar2007, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p45 

    This article discusses the effectiveness of the Zarit Burden Interview (ZBI) among Chinese caregivers in Canada. The ZBI is a widely-used assessment tool for measuring a caregiver's burden of providing family care, asking caregivers about areas that can cause stress or strain for families. The...

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of THE LIBRARY OF VIRGINIA

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics