Rise in referrals is 'complex'

June 2010
Community Care;6/10/2010, Issue 1822, p6
The article reports on a study by the Local Government Association (LGA) in Great Britain which shows the decreasing morale of social workers and referrals from other agencies because of the Baby P case made the impact of care application more complex.


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