The Practitioner's Handbook to the Social Services

The Practitioner's Handbook to the Social Services

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The Practitioner's Handbook to the Social Services contains practical help for social welfare officer on patient's social problems. This handbook is composed of 14 chapters and begins with a brief introduction to services offered by social services. The succeeding chapters deal with various forms of social services, including Regional Hospital Boards, Local Health Authorities, Environmental Health Services, Family Allowances and National Insurance, War Pensionera€™s Welfare Service, National Assistance Board, and Ministry of Labor and National Service. Other chapters consider the social services offered by County and County Borough Welfare Services under various legal provisions. The final chapters tackle services concerning housing, legal aid, adoption of children, and guardianship of infants. Social service workers will find this book invaluable.(As already mentioned, a patient needing a doctora#39;s services whilst away from his home address can receive treatment as ... reasonably required . . . under, or for the purposes of, an enactment and prescribed by the Minister of Health a€. Scope of Service. ... obligation to ensure that his patients receive the benefits and facilities of the other branches of the Health Service if, in his opinion, they require them.

Title:The Practitioner's Handbook to the Social Services
Author: Alfred H. Haynes
Publisher:Elsevier - 2013-09-17

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