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- Tags: there was concern that the overall impact of multi-agency working on disabled children and their families would be limited.
Tags: 'Every Child Matters' (DfES, 2003) and the Children Bill (DfES 2004) give a high priority to an integrated approach to service provision. This paper focuses on multi-agency working for disabled children with complex health-care needs, 2005, a group of children who, Abbott D, AdolescentAttitude of Health Personnel Child Child Health Services/organization & administration Child, and relationships with families with disabled children. However, Backlog, collaboration with colleagues, Communication, Health And Social Care In The Community, Journal Article, multi-agency working is now a central feature of government policy. In relation to children's services, NewbornInterinstitutional Relations Interviews Job Satisfaction Professional Role Research Support, Non-U.S. Gov't Social Work/organization & administration%X Whilst agencies in many sectors have been encouraged to work together to better meet the needs of service users, PedPal Lit, perhaps even more than most, Preschool CommunicationCommunity Networks Disabled Children/rehabilitation Great Britain Health Services Needs and Demand Humans Infant Infant, require the many professionals who support them and their families, the English green paper, the National Service Framework, there was concern that the overall impact of multi-agency working on disabled children and their families would be limited., to work more closely together. Drawing on the findings from a 3-year qualitative research study, Townsley R, Watson D, whilst professionals felt that they were able to offer families a more efficient service