Social Services Year Book 1994

Social Services Year Book 1994

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Designed to be a comprehensive and accessible reference to the social services in the UK, this volume includes full contact details of over 40,000 key personnel within the social services and allied sectors. It offers access to: advice and counselling organizations; children's rights and adoption agences; community relations councils and allied organizations; denominational social service organizations; education and training in health, welfare and social work; government departments covering health, social security, employment, education and training; social services and allied departments throughout the UK; health authorities, health councils and NHS Trusts; independent and non-maintained special schools; legal departments and agencies such as the police (juvenile liaison), prison service and probation service; public and private sector community care providers such as organizations for the elderly, one parent families and the widowed, residential and community projects for children, travel, mobility and holidays for the disadvantaged and elderly; professional associations, negotiating bodies and trade unions; research and development organizations and university research projects; suppliers of specialist equipment; and social services media.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 902 pages
  • 210 x 297mm | 1,200g
  • Pearson Education Limited
  • LONGMAN
  • Harlow, United Kingdom
  • 22nd edition
  • 0582216826
  • 9780582216822

Table of contents

Advice and counselling organisations; Children's rights and adoption agencies; Community relations councils and allied organisations; Denominational social service organisations; Education and training in health, welfare and social work; Government departments covering health, social security, employment, education and training; Social services and allied departments throughout the UK; Health authorities, health councils and NHS trusts; Independent and non-maintained special schools; Legal departments and agencies such as the police (juvenile liaison), prison service and probation service; Public and private sector community care providers such as organisations for the elderly, one parent families and the widowed, residential and community projects for children, travel, mobility and holidays for the disadvantaged and elderly; Professional associations, negotiating bodies and trade unions; Research and development organisations and universities.show more