Working Together to Support Disabled Parents (U.K)
This resource guide explains how adult and children's services, along with other agencies, can develop local joint-working protocols to support families in which parents have additional needs related to physical and/or sensory impairments, learning disabilities, mental health, drug and alcohol-related problems or serious illnesses.
It outlines the steps services must take to plan, implement, monitor and evaluate a local joint-working protocol and includes principles of good practice, policy and legislative framework and examples of case studies.
The guide is available for download - but users need to register first.
- Author: Jenny Morris and Michele Wates: Social Care Institute for Excellence (UK)
- Year: 2007
- Access via: Online bookstore/Retail
- Organisation: Social Care Institiute for Excellence (UK)
- Country: United Kingdom
- Website: Working Together To Support Disabled Parents