Multi-agency working in services for disabled children: what impact does it have on professionals?

Title

Multi-agency working in services for disabled children: what impact does it have on professionals?

Creator

Abbott D; Townsley R; Watson D

Publisher

Health And Social Care In The Community

Date

2005

Subject

Communication; PedPal Lit; '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; a group of children who; AdolescentAttitude of Health Personnel Child Child Health Services/organization & administration Child; and relationships with families with disabled children. However; collaboration with colleagues; 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; 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; whilst professionals felt that they were able to offer families a more efficient service

Description

2005

Rights

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Type

Journal Article

Citation List Month

Backlog

Pages

155-63

Issue

2

Volume

13

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Citation

Abbott D; Townsley R; Watson D, “Multi-agency working in services for disabled children: what impact does it have on professionals?,” Pediatric Palliative Care Library, accessed May 24, 2022, https://pedpalascnetlibrary.omeka.net/items/show/13478.

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