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Editorial Andy Mantell and Patti Simonson Editors Welcome to Volume 2, Issue 1 of Social Care Mary would probably agree with many and Neurodisability (SCN). This quarterly Journal of the findings from our first peer-reviewed aims to be a single source of knowledge on research article by Heward and colleagues. legislation, best practice and research for those They researched the psychological and working with, and affected by, neurological emotional impact of caring for a person with conditions. This issue explores both dominant multiple sclerosis. In particular, Mary shared and marginalised discourses in adult social care. these carers’ difficult path to diagnosis, where In the practice section, Steve Wiseman family members tried to fill the gap left by explores transdisciplinary working. He the uncertainty and lack of information from discusses what a social worker can bring to professionals by playing detective, seeking the brain injury case manager role within the answers. Similarly, Mary also experienced a health service. Drawing on a case study, he changing sense of identity as caring altered demonstrates how the effective practitioner family members’ roles within the workplace acts as a conduit between services and serves and at home. as a point of continuity for people with http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Social Care and Neurodisability Emerald Publishing

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Publisher
Emerald Publishing
Copyright
Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
ISSN
2042-0919
DOI
10.5042/scn.2011.0078
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Abstract

Andy Mantell and Patti Simonson Editors Welcome to Volume 2, Issue 1 of Social Care Mary would probably agree with many and Neurodisability (SCN). This quarterly Journal of the findings from our first peer-reviewed aims to be a single source of knowledge on research article by Heward and colleagues. legislation, best practice and research for those They researched the psychological and working with, and affected by, neurological emotional impact of caring for a person with conditions. This issue explores both dominant multiple sclerosis. In particular, Mary shared and marginalised discourses in adult social care. these carers’ difficult path to diagnosis, where In the practice section, Steve Wiseman family members tried to fill the gap left by explores transdisciplinary working. He the uncertainty and lack of information from discusses what a social worker can bring to professionals by playing detective, seeking the brain injury case manager role within the answers. Similarly, Mary also experienced a health service. Drawing on a case study, he changing sense of identity as caring altered demonstrates how the effective practitioner family members’ roles within the workplace acts as a conduit between services and serves and at home. as a point of continuity for people with

Journal

Social Care and NeurodisabilityEmerald Publishing

Published: Mar 24, 2011

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