Choosing Staff Involving People with Learning Difficulties in Recruitment

Choosing Staff Involving People with Learning Difficulties in Recruitment •••BOOK R E V I E W Choosing Staff: Involving People with Learning Difficulties in Recruitment Ruth Townsley & Margaret Macadam, 1996. Bristol: Policy Press, 94 pages. Chris Hatton become involved in staff recruitment. Chapter 1 outlines two rationales for involving users in staff HESTER ADRIAN RESEARCH CENTRE, UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER recruitment. The first rationale arises from general policy trends towards giving users of services generally increasing involvement in and control over hat are the best ways to provide support those services. The authors argue that people with Wto people with learning disabilities? This learning disabilities rarely have such involvement or deceptively simple question has been consistently control over major aspects of the services they use. at the heart of debates concerning service provision. Therefore, involvement in staff selection is one Over time, however, the answers to this question crucial area where such involvement can be readily have become progressively more complicated. It is achieved and can have a major impact on the now clear that simply providing an ‘ordinary’ living services people use. The second rationale for environment is not sufficient to provide effective involving people with learning disabilities in staff support to people with learning disabilities (Emerson http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Tizard Learning Disability Review Emerald Publishing

Choosing Staff Involving People with Learning Difficulties in Recruitment

Tizard Learning Disability Review, Volume 3 (2): 2 – Apr 1, 1998

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Emerald Publishing
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Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
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1359-5474
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10.1108/13595474199800016
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•••BOOK R E V I E W Choosing Staff: Involving People with Learning Difficulties in Recruitment Ruth Townsley & Margaret Macadam, 1996. Bristol: Policy Press, 94 pages. Chris Hatton become involved in staff recruitment. Chapter 1 outlines two rationales for involving users in staff HESTER ADRIAN RESEARCH CENTRE, UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER recruitment. The first rationale arises from general policy trends towards giving users of services generally increasing involvement in and control over hat are the best ways to provide support those services. The authors argue that people with Wto people with learning disabilities? This learning disabilities rarely have such involvement or deceptively simple question has been consistently control over major aspects of the services they use. at the heart of debates concerning service provision. Therefore, involvement in staff selection is one Over time, however, the answers to this question crucial area where such involvement can be readily have become progressively more complicated. It is achieved and can have a major impact on the now clear that simply providing an ‘ordinary’ living services people use. The second rationale for environment is not sufficient to provide effective involving people with learning disabilities in staff support to people with learning disabilities (Emerson

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Tizard Learning Disability ReviewEmerald Publishing

Published: Apr 1, 1998

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