Brotherhood of St Laurence

Case management : inclusive community practice / edited by Elizabeth Moore.

Contributor(s): Moore Elizabeth, 1951- [editor.]
Publisher: South Melbourne, Victoria Oxford University Press, 2016Edition: Second editionDescription: xxiii, 508 pages : illustrations ; 25 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780190303198Subject(s): Social case work -- Management | Social work administration | Capabilities approach (Social sciences) | AustralianDDC classification: 361.3068 CAS
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Includes index.

SEE: Part 3, Overview and Commentary: Practice Contexts, Service Users and Approaches Chapter 15: Ageing in community: consumer directed care Authors: Carmel Laragy, Senior Research Fellow, Global, Urban and Social Studies, RMIT. Bonnie Simons, Senior Researcher, Inclusive Ageing, Research & Policy Centre, Brotherhood of St Laurence. Helen Kimberley, Principal Researcher, Inclusive Ageing, Research & Policy Centre, Brotherhood of St Laurence.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

1. Origins, Influences and Challenges of Contemporary Case Management -- Part 1. Overview and Commentary: Foundations of Case Management Practice -- 2. Systems Diversity in Case Management: Characteristics, Models and Dimensions -- 3. Ethics Informed by Citizenship: The Heart of Person-Directed Practice -- 4. Theories that Inform Practice: Promoting Individual Agency and Autonomy -- 5. Utilising Practice Functions to Build Choice and Extend Support -- 6. Cultural Diversity and Competence: A Culturally Responsive Approach7. Advocacy: An Overarching Approach -- Part 2. Overview and Commentary: Collaborative Practice: Carers, Communities, Organisations and Capability -- 8. Mobilising and Utilising Informal Care in Case Management -- 9. ‘Seeing Double’: Family Case Management Where a Parent has a Mental Illness -- 10. Rethinking Case Management and Community Development. -- 11. Organisational and Inter-organisational Learning for Case Management -- 12. Practitioner Standards and Skills Development. Part 3. Overview and Commentary: Practice Contexts, Service Users and Approaches -- 13. Case Management and Community Mental Health -- 14. A Person-centred Approach to Supporting People with Cognitive Disability -- 15. Ageing in Community : Consumer-directed Support -- 16. Responding to System Imperatives in Rehabilitation Case Management Contexts --17. Defining the ‘Case’ to be ‘Managed’ in Services for Children at Risk of Harm and their Families. Part 4. Overview and Commentary: Praxis – critical, reflective and evidence-directed practice -- 18. Case management in Child Protection: Challenges, Complexities and Possibilities -- 19. Case Management and Complexity: Challenges in the National Disability Insurance Scheme -- 20. Our Safe Place – Community Responses to Koori Youth Violence -- 21. New Land New Home: Working with Refugee Survivors of Torture and Trauma -- 22. Case management, Research Evidence, and Homelessness Services.

Case Management: Inclusive Community Practice is a consumer-directed social work text that provides health and human services workers with the theory, knowledge and skills to help the vulnerable. The second edition offers a strong in-depth overview of case management using case studies and reflective questions to teach readers to relate theory to practical situations.Clear navigation and updated content make Case Management a learning resource for students and practitioners working across the human services sector.Features of this edition:New references and content included in key areas to reflect recent changes to community practice:Chapter 6: Cultural Diversity and Competence: A Culturally Responsive Approach Chapter 18: Case management in Child Protection: Challenges, Complexities and Possibilities Chapter 19: Case Management and Complexity: Challenges in the National Disability Insurance Scheme Chapter 20: Our Safe Place - Community Responses to Koori Youth Violence Chapter 21: New Land New Home: Working with Refugee Survivors of Torture and Trauma (result of feedback)Chapter 22: Case management, Research Evidence, and Homelessness Services Well-respected Australian author team share their expertise across the many disciplines within the human services sector.Cross-reference margin notes added to signpost key topics across chapters.

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