Assessment case studies - Skills for Care.
Example 1 A pupil with cerebral palsy who is a wheelchair user is told she will be unable to attend a school trip to a local theatre putting on a production of a play she is currently studying in English, because the building is not wheelchair accessible.
Case study 1 -Social Services a statutory service. Social Services look after vulnerable people. They make sure that people with social care needs are provided with help, care, support and protection to enable them to live independent and dignified lives at home or elsewhere in the community.
Ring, C. 2001 “Quality assurance in mental-health care: A case study from social work” Health and Social Care in the Community 9(6) 2001 pp. 383-390 Ruch, G 2002 “From triangle to spiral: Reflective practice in social work education, practice and research” Social Work Education Volume 21 no. 2 2002.
According to the Community Care Act (1990), assessment by a social worker should be comprehensive, holistic, be needs led and include participation by both the service user and carer. Social learning theory can be applied to the assessment, planning and intervention for the family detailed in case study one in a number of different ways.
ASYE fictional case study: Joanne p.2 the argument. Service user feedback is not referred to at all. Whilst Joanne refers to social work values Marian feels that this is a superficial reference with limited analysis of the impact that this will have on Joanne’s practice. Marian feeds her concerns back to Joanne. She explains that while the.
The report aims to highlight the emerging role of technology in transforming social care services and enabling care and health integration - including case studies of the introduction and use of technology to deliver improved outcomes for social care service users and, in the context of integration, patients.
Case study 2 Using equality information to reduce non-attendance at the Diabetic Eye Screening Programme - Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust This case study illustrates the benefits of collecting and using equality information to identify the needs of people with particular protected characteristics and to measure progress in responding to those needs over time.