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by James Matthews,Ken Judge

Category: Politics and Government
Subcategory: Political books
Author: James Matthews,Ken Judge
ISBN: 0043610404
ISBN13: 978-0043610404
Language: English
Publisher: George Allen & Unwin (October 30, 1980)
Pages: 168
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Charging for social care. a study of consumer charges and the personal social services. National Institute social services library ;, no. 38.

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CHARGING FOR SOCIAL CARE A Study of Consumer Charges and the Personal Social Services. KenJudgeand James Matthews.

Series Statement: National Institute social services library ; no. General Note: Includes index. Personal Name: Matthews, James. Uniform Title: National Institute social services library ; no. Rubrics: Social service Fees Great Britain Public welfare Finance.

8. H. C. Debs, Committee Stage of the Health Services and Public Health Bill, 20 February 1968, col. 39. oogle Scholar. 41. R. Harris and A. Seldon, Pricing or Taxing? (Institute of Economic Affairs, 1976) p. 2.

The Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) (to be pronounced sky) is a UK charity and improvement agency. SCIE has a role identifying and disseminating the knowledge base for good practice in all aspects of social care in the United Kingdom.

In this project it is presented the social care and the institution of social welfare and it is showed off the nurses' role over this particular issue.

September 1981 · Critical Social Policy. No unified and systematic quality management in social services has been developed in Lithuania. In this project it is presented the social care and the institution of social welfare and it is showed off the nurses' role over this particular issue.

National Institute for Social Work. The National Institute for Social Work Training was set up in 1961, following proposals put forward in the 1959 Eileen Younghusband report for an independent staff college for social work

National Institute for Social Work. The National Institute for Social Work Training was set up in 1961, following proposals put forward in the 1959 Eileen Younghusband report for an independent staff college for social work. Its initial funding was assured for ten years by the Nuffield Foundation and the Joseph Rowntree Memorial Trust. It was later renamed the National Institute for Social Work (NISW), with a governing body of some twenty-five members.

Responsibility for the provision of personal social services rests with the social services authorities. Much of the care given to elderly and disabled people is provided in the community itself, by their families, self-help groups and through voluntary agencies. Their services are directed towards elderly people, children and young people, families, people with mental illness or with physical or mental handicap, young offenders and other disadvantaged people and their careers. The major services include residential care, day care, domiciliary services and various forms of social work. The statutory sector offers the skilled care needed in particular services.

Personal social services are prime movers in the humanitarian trend toward caring for dependent people in their own communities, to which the high cost of residential care adds an economic incentive

Personal social services are prime movers in the humanitarian trend toward caring for dependent people in their own communities, to which the high cost of residential care adds an economic incentive. It is evident that there is no clear boundary between the formal and informal sectors of social welfare. Nevertheless, informal care cannot take the place of formal services, the two sectors being mutually supportive rather than alternative sources of social welfare

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