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All within reach
von Hopkins, Graham
In: Community Care (2004), 1541, 44-45 : il.

...Reports how the publication of new standards for supported living provided the impetus for a care provider to review positively its effectiveness. Talks to Alice Drife, assistant director of mental he...

Boarding pass
von Hopkins, Graham
In: Community Care (2004), 1541, 46-47 : il.

...Considers a case in which Reading social services ended up paying the private school fees of a 10-year old boy. The boy's father died when he was 7 years old and his mother attempted suicide; unable t...

Jobs that challenge
von Hopkins, Graham
In: Community Care (2004), 1542, 44-45 : il.

...Describes a new project that is looking to improve the employment chances of people with learning difficulties, and challenge employers' perceptions. The £97,000 project is run by the London-based ...

Set up to succeed
von Hopkins, Graham
In: Community Care (2004), 1543, 46-47 : il.

...Recruiting a new team for an entirely new service is a tough task. Talks to Alexa Sidwell, senior manager and project lead for early intervention in mental health care at NHS South Staffordshire Healt...

Abused by her grandson
von Hopkins, Graham
In: Community Care (2004), 1543, 48-49 : il.

...Talks to social workers Jill Marks and Amanda Wollam about a case of financial abuse of an elderly lady, which was complicated by the violent behaviour of her abuser, her 17-year-old grandson. Present...

Part of the Buzz
von Hopkins, Graham
In: Community Care (2007), 1672, p. 38-39

...A project in the Midlands is retraining unemployed people to work in the care sector, writes Graham Hopkins. Adapted from the source document....

Return to Strength
von Hopkins, Graham
In: Community Care (2007), 1673, p. 38-39

...Recent research suggests that even a small amount of occupational therapy by stroke victims has a significant effect on their rehabilitation. By Graham Hopkins. Adapted from the source document....

Victory over the Doctors
von Hopkins, Graham
In: Community Care (2007), 1671, p. 38-39

...The medics were convinced that residential care was the only option for a double amputee. But hospital social worker Kevin Mitchell (right) felt differently. Graham Hopkins reports. Adapted from the s...

Keepers of the keys
von Hopkins, Graham
In: Community Care (2004), 1544, 46-47 : il.

...Describes how a corporate parenting scheme in Leicestershire has devolved some decisions on giving grants to looked-after children to young people themselves. The Corpor8 Crew of young people meets fo...

Key to the door
von Hopkins, Graham
In: Community Care (2004), 1545, 46-47 : il.

...Talks to team manager Tim Dredge about how working with providers, councillors and service users has enabled Durham social services to place one in three people with learning difficulties in their own...

New baby new start
von Hopkins, Graham
In: Community Care (2004), 1545, 48-49 : il.

...Talks to student social worker Ann Davis about a case in which a history of bad parenting and abuse proved to be no bar to giving a woman with learning difficulties a chance to start again with a new ...

Meet the co-stars
von Hopkins, Graham
In: Community Care (2004), 1546, 46-47 : il.

...Reports how service users in Buckinghamshire are shaping the council's learning difficulties strategy by co-leading with senior staff. With so much to cover - person-centred planning, direct payments,...

Kiss Me Quick
von Hopkins, Graham
In: Community Care (2006), 1639, p. 50-51

...The seaside towns of the South West are a popular destination for young people during the summer months. But along with the sun, sea & sand comes sex & the increased risk of teenage pregnancy. Graham ...

Minor Myths
von Hopkins, Graham
In: Community Care (2006), 1635, 41 p.

...Africans are the fastest growing ethnic minority group in the UK but, says charity leader Debbie Ariyo, migration for a better life makes African children vulnerable to exploitation & abuse. Graham Ho...

A Picture of Health
von Hopkins, Graham
In: Community Care (2006), 1643, p. 36-37

...An exhibition of the work of people with mental health needs in Manchester has proved a huge success. Graham Hopkins explores the role of the Start Manchester project in using art as therapy. Adapted ...

Street Children Runaway Success
von Hopkins, Graham
In: Community Care (2006), 1635, p. 38-40

...The international charity The Railway Children was set up to work with young children at risk on the streets in India. The chief executive of its UK operation, Terina Keene, tells Graham Hopkins that ...

A Burden Shared
von Hopkins, Graham
In: Community Care (2006), 1645, p. 40-41

...As people with learning difficulties live longer their carers become correspondingly older. A council project in south London is helping meet the needs of older carers. Graham Hopkins reports....

Reach for the Stars
von Hopkins, Graham
In: Community Care (2006), 1640, p. 28-30

...A rating system for care homes comes into force next year. But despite the approval of most providers, there remain doubts about consistency & credibility, reports Graham Hopkins....

The Risk Factor: Sexual Healing
von Hopkins, Graham
In: Community Care (2006), 1640, p. 42-43

...This article presents a case study of three adolescent boys, two of them twin brothers, who engaged in inappropriate sexual behavior with each other. The boys were referred to Dr. Andrew Durham, a pra...

In need of support
von Hopkins, Graham
In: Community Care (2004), 1547, 42-43 : il.

...Voluntary sector projects often rely on time-limited funding. Talks to Richard Curen, director of Respond, about what happens when the money runs out. Respond is a charity that provides services to vi...

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