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A recently retired Director of Housing and Social Services argues that the new supported housing regime poses many problems for social services departments, and may be more helpful to the Treasury than to people in need.
The authors give a view from the Probation Service in Inner London about the potential impact of the Government's Supporting People proposals on the care of offenders in the community.
This paper is the first of two discussing the evaluation of the implementation of joint commissioning and integrated provision of mental health services in Somerset. The paper presents the methods of evaluation, and explores the potential limitations and environmental factors impacting on the...
This article draws on research into care managers' roles and tasks in the evaluation of planned care. Its approach reinforces the significance of evaluation skills in a work context where there may be different interpretations of the notion of review. It emphasises the need to strike a balance...
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