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Social Work With People With Learning Difficulties (Transforming Social Work Practice)

Social Work With People With Learning Difficulties Transforming Social Work Practice Current practice in the field is driven by the government White Paper Valuing People which declared radical aims for services for people with learning difficulties This fully revised second edi

  • Title: Social Work With People With Learning Difficulties (Transforming Social Work Practice)
  • Author: PaulWilliams
  • ISBN: 9781844452156
  • Page: 196
  • Format: Paperback
  • Current practice in the field is driven by the government White Paper Valuing People 2001 , which declared radical aims for services for people with learning difficulties This fully revised second edition includes key updates on this White Paper and provides an up to date evaluation of the progress made towards those aims Using case studies, activities and further reaCurrent practice in the field is driven by the government White Paper Valuing People 2001 , which declared radical aims for services for people with learning difficulties This fully revised second edition includes key updates on this White Paper and provides an up to date evaluation of the progress made towards those aims Using case studies, activities and further reading to reinforce learning, this book explores an important area of social work practice and examines the varied roles social workers might undertake including the achievements and satisfaction of working with service users with learning difficulties and challenges.

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