By Alison Froggatt (auth.)
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The Audit Commission (1985) set out a framework for identifying degrees of dependency, bearing in mind that each person at home saved the state £3000. Making up packages of care can merely increase the burden on those carers, unless they are fully consulted and involved; some of the services need to be geared to support them. Monitoring services Once the services have been arranged it is 32 Family Work with Elderly People tempting for social workers to withdraw from the situation. However, it is essential to monitor that services are working.
She resented having remarried, and his demands, for she had never intended to have a sexual relationship with him. She was not able to sleep at night, finding herself pushed about in bed. Divorce was out of the question, because of her religious convictions. The social worker's approach, having completed her assessment, was to seek some immediate relief to get Joan and Stanley away from each other in the day, and to follow this up with respite care. Thus the immediate practical relief offered was two days of day care at a progressive old peoples' home, where Stanley was encouraged in his piano playing to make a lively contribution.
1987). This project is useful for the analysis and an example of how to improve interdisciplinary relationships. A regular fortnightly meeting of practitioners from different backgrounds, with a shared task, helped to develop trust over time. First it was necessary for participants to recognise how little they understood of each others' work, and then to begin to formulate ways of working as a team. They had to achieve managerial recognition that accountability to colleagues in the team was important alongside accountability to individual agencies.