COMMUNITY Care.co.uk

October 2009
Community Care;10/1/2009, Issue 1789, p14
The article presents an online discussion concerning social service in Great Britain on the website, communitycare.co.uk . A discussion on whether social workers are scared of journalists, is presented from the carespace forum of the site. Information on the conference Community Care LIVE Children and Families 2009, to be held on November 18, 2009 in London, is presented. Several blogs on topics like dementia and employment of people with learning disabilities, are also discussed.


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