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With respect to old age : long term care : rights and responsibilities. Volume 3 : Community care and informal care / United Kingdom. Royal commission on long term care ; SUTHERLAND, Stewart ; HENWOOD, Melanie.
London : The Stationary Office, 1999, 98 p.

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Mots-clés principaux
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Royaume-Uni
Soutien à domicile
Politique gouvernementale

Mots-clés secondaires : Proche aidant ; Rendement ; Ressource communautaire ; Secteur privé

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Contents

Part 1 - Evaluating the impact of Caring for People
Executive Summary
Melanie Henwood and Gerald Wistow,Nuffield Institute for Health, University of Leeds
Chapters::
Chapter 1:Introduction and Overview Melanie Henwood and Gerald Wistow, Nuffield Institute for Health, University of Leeds
Chapter 2:An Evidence-based Perspective From the Department of Health on the Impact of the 1993 Reforms on the Care of Frail, Elderly People
Raymond Warburton and John McCracken, Department of Health
Chapter 3:Enabling Older People to Live in their Own Homes
Tessa Harding, Help the Aged
Chapter 4 :Impact of the NHS and Community Care Act (1990) on Informal Carers
Gillian Parker, Nuffield Community Care Studies Unit, University of Leicester
Chapter 5:Assessment and Care Management: Developments since the Community Care Reforms
David Challis, PSSRU, University of Manchester
Chapter 6:Promoting the Development of a Flourishing Independent Sector Alongside Good Quality Public Services
William Laing and Paul Saper, Laing and Buisson
Chapter 7:Responsibility and Accountability in Community Care
Melanie Henwood and Gerald Wistow, Nuffield Institute for Health, University of Leeds
Chapter 8:Value for Money
David Browning, Audit Commission

Part 2 - Policy options for informal carers of elderly people
Acknowledgements
Executive summary
Preface
Introduction: Issues around policies for informal carers
Part One: Carers of elderly people: summary of the background evidence
Part Two: Policy Options For Carers
Appendix. Service-Based Forms of Support For Carers: Description And Evaluation By Service
Footnotes and References


Langue : Anglais
Type d'ouvrage AQESSS : R
Doc n° : 16911
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