Author: Self Direct
This book focuses on the work necessary to help service providers change and to develop more personalised forms of support. It is packed full of useful information, stories, case studies and statistics. Any of the 27,000 service providers who currently provide social care will find it a useful resource.
The publisher is The Centre for Welfare Reform in association with Self Direct.
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John O'Brien sets out the basic skills service providers need in order to successfully support people who are at risk of social exclusion or devaluation.
This article explores how the current reforms in social care are rooted in a radically different approach to social justice and welfare to those that preceded them.
A presentation given for Social Work students at the University of Huddersfield.
Personalisation has become another process that is done to social workers and which they then do to others. Social workers need to redefine it in terms of social justice.