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Social need and social provision in N. Ireland

Eileen Evason

Social need and social provision in N. Ireland

(Social security, personal social services, health and education)

by Eileen Evason

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Published by New University of Ulster in [Coleraine] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementE. Evason, J. P. Darby, M. Pearson.
SeriesPriorities: occasional papers in social administration
ContributionsDarby, J. P., Pearson, M., New University of Ulster., Ford Foundation.
The Physical Object
Pagination[260] columns :
Number of Pages260
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18561370M

The examples given in the above table connecting legal provision to social work values have been drawn from England. Some of these examples also apply in Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland, for example, the Human Rights Act and the Data Protection Act Social workers work with a number of people at any one time. This is often referred to as a caseload. Day-to-day work involves assessing people’s needs, strengths and wishes, working with individuals and families directly to help them make changes and solve problems, organising support, making recommendations or referrals to other services and agencies, and keeping detailed records. Social services can also give you information about local services and support, much of which is provided by charities, such as the Alzheimer's Society and Age UK. It's a good idea to find out if you do need help by getting a needs assessment from social services. This assessment could identify needs you may not have considered.


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