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Social Work Assessments – A guide

A social work assessment typically consists of two factors – an interview and a final written report. The interview will help a Social Worker analyse the current situation of the client, gauging what sort of support the client is in need of. And the written report will evaluate these factors, outlining objectives for the client an…

Social Care or Healthcare, what's the difference?

Read or watch any news programme and it is littered with articles about a failing health service; the NHS is under increasing pressure to deliver nursing care; and by all accounts, failing miserably and local government is not delivering on social care and you would argue, it all comes down to money. And that fundamentally is the …

The Rise of Mental Health Issues in Young Adults

Being a minority group, there is still very little understood about seriously mentally ill young adults between 18-25 within the community mental health system.  These important individuals hover between the last development stages of adolescence and the beginnings of full adulthood; struggling in a system not specifically designe…

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