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Care Providers, Care Receivers
This report analyses the characteristics of people who provide unpaid care to family and friends, and characteristics associated with becoming a caregiver. It also looks at trends in the movement of...
Voices of people experiencing poverty in Scotland
This research gives those experiencing poverty in Scotland the opportunity to identify the issues that affect them, so that their views can inform policy debate.
Poverty among ethnic groups
This paper discusses how the rates of income poverty differ between different ethnic groups and provides an analysis for the reasons for some of these differences.
Social well-being in extra care housing
This study looks at ways of promoting and facilitating the social well-being of ‘frail’ people living in extra care housing.
Our lives, our communities
The study, from Central England People First, shows how 15 adults with learning diffi culties live and what they think about their lives.
A serious case for change
David Barnes considers the findings, both useful and less so, of the second Serious Case Review into the death of Baby Peter in Haringey and considers how best social work can take the lessons from...
A ten year struggle
Following a hearing in February where Victoria Climbié’s social worker Lisa Arthurworrey finally won her right to register as a social worker, Liz Davies, who represented and supported her during...
A twin track to trouble
Steve Rogowski offers a critical view from the social work frontline of rapidly emerging policy developments in and around child protection and safeguarding work, as well as the government’s...
Breaking the silence
Following care services minister Paul Burstow’s announcement that he will follow the recommendation of the Law Commission and put adult safeguarding on a statutory footing. This article looks at the...
Case management and outcomes for neglected children returned to their parents: a five year follow up study
Given that cases of neglect often need long-term interventions, the aim of this study was to help to fill gaps in our knowledge about how children are assessed and managed over time when there are...