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Supporting people: Towards a person-centred approach. by Peter Beresford, Jennie Fleming, Michael Glynn, Catherine Bewley, Suzy Croft, Fran Branfield, Karen Postle. ISBN 9781847427625 (978-1-84742-762-5) Softcover, Policy Press, 2011. Coauthors & Alternates.
Service User Community Care Disable People User Involvement User Participation. Bewley, C. and Glendinning, C. (1992) Involving Disabled People in Community Care Planning, Manchester University, Dept. of Social Policy and Social Work, Manchester. These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves. Borsay, A. (1989) First child care, second mental health, third the elderly: professional education and the development of social work priorities.
Bernard Dowling, Martin B. Powell, Caroline Glendinning. Health & social care in the community. Individual budgets (IBs) were piloted as a new way of providing support for older and disabled adults and people with mental health problems eligible for publicly funded social care. Partnership working has become a central feature of British social welfare policy since 1997.
Caroline Glendinning Wendy Mitchell Jenni Brooks. Health Soc Care Community 2015 Jan 21;23(1):23-32. Authors: Kate Gridley Jenni Brooks Caroline Glendinning. Health Soc Care Community 2014 May 27;22(3):234-48.
Cash And Care: Policy challenges in the welfare state. Caroline Glendinning, Peter A. Kemp.
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A key part of the project was to consult groups in the community about whether AMELIA was a good representation of how they.
The work was stimulated by the need to consult the public about the software tool AMELIA that was being developed. The presentation will reflect on both the technical and the ethical issues involved in this type of exercise.
Total downloads of all papers by Caroline Glendinning. Caroline Glendinning. University of York - Department of Social Policy and Social Work. ageing and older people, flexible services, disability, empowerment, Individual Budgets
Total downloads of all papers by Caroline Glendinning. ageing and older people, flexible services, disability, empowerment, Individual Budgets. 4. Practitioners’ Documentation of Assessment and Care Planning in Social Care: The Opportunities for Organizational Learning. British Journal of Social Work, Vol. 38, Issue 3, pp. 546-560, 2008.
Balancing Service User and Carer Needs and Interests in Personalisation: Policy, Practice and Experiences. Wendy Mitchell, Jenni Brooks and Caroline Glendinning ESRC Carers Workshop - York University (11 February 2013).