Working with Vulnerable Adults. Bridget Penhale. Learning Disability. David Race. Child-Centred Foster Care. Annabel Goodyer. Social Work. Dr Patricia E Higham.
Institutional Abuse brings together a number of different research studies and accounts of institutional abuse from leading academics and researchers. Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities · Volume 15, Issue 2 · Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities banner.
Youth Justice and Social Work. Jane Pickford. Contemporary Issues in the Early Years. Dame Gillian Pugh. Included or Excluded?
Ruth Cigman. Education for All. Richard Pring.
The Concepts and Practices of Lifelong Learning. Brenda Morgan-Klein.
Graham Brotherton. Key Concepts in Social Work Practice. Professor Aidan Worsley. Social Work in Education and Children's Services. Steve Krawczyk. Services for People with Learning Disabilities. Nigel Malin. An Introduction to Early Childhood.
Geraldine Davis. Children's Rights in Practice. Phil Jones. What Else Works? Jo Brayford. Social Work in Ireland. Alastair Christie. Good Practice in Assessing Risk. Hazel Kemshall. What is Social Work?
Nigel Horner. Social Inclusion in Schools. Ben Whitney.
Moving on from Munro. Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Ageing. Richard Ward. Stolen Innocence. Elissa Wall. Social Work With Adults. Georgina Koubel. Jon Krakauer. What Matters in Probation. George Mair. Girl A.
Anonymous Girl A. Crime Prevention. Nick Tilley. Keep Sweet. Dave Perrin.
Doing Probation Work. Rob Mawby.
Bought and Sold Part 3 of 3. Megan Stephens. It is not always acknowledged that residential work is both skilful and very demanding. The staff have to live the values which underpin good practice every minute they are on duty, when they are tired, anxious or uncertain as well as when things are going well. Residents may bring with them the hurt, disappointments and anger from their previous experiences.
It is not surprising that they are often upset and disruptive, or that their behaviour can be very challenging. Added to this, residential services for both children and adults have often been under-valued.
Safeguarding Adults in Social Work. Anne-Katrin Eckermann. Namespaces Article Talk. Social Work in Ireland. Not in United Kingdom?
Staff frequently receive little or no training. Supervision and support can be patchy and the most difficult situations often occur outside normal office hours, adding to the general sense of isolation. The Government deserves credit for at long last. An unknown error has occurred. Please click the button below to reload the page.