Older People, Ageing and Social Work : Knowledge for Practice

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Older People, Ageing and Social Work : Knowledge for Practice 1st Edition Solutions Manual

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Edition: 1st Edition

Author: Crazy for study

ISBN: 9781742370606

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A systematic and research-based introduction to social work practice with older peopleThe reality of our aging population means all social workers need to be confident in working with older people. Social workers are engaged in ongoing practice with older people in a variety of contexts, from hospitals, aged care assessment teams, and mental health services to employment services, housing services, and rehabilitation services. "Older People, Ageing and Social Work" draws on theoretical, research, policy, and practice knowledge to inform contemporary practice with older people. Hughes and Heycox demonstrate that high level professional skills are required in this area as well as detailed knowledge of the issues affecting older people's lives. They argue that practitioners need to take into account the social and emotional needs of the older people they work with, as well as the practical and administrative aspects of their roles.A systematic and research-based introduction to social work practice with older peopleThe reality of our aging population means all social workers need to be confident in working with older people. Social workers are engaged in ongoing practice with older people in a variety of contexts, from hospitals, aged care assessment teams, and mental health services to employment services, housing services, and rehabilitation services. "Older People, Ageing and Social Work" draws on theoretical, research, policy, and practice knowledge to inform contemporary practice with older people. Hughes and Heycox demonstrate that high level professional skills are required in this area as well as detailed knowledge of the issues affecting older people's lives. They argue that practitioners need to take into account the social and emotional needs of the older people they work with, as well as the practical and administrative aspects of their roles.
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