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Do you fit the job?
von Sale, Anabel Unity
In: Community Care (2004), 1541, 32 : il.

...Contribution to a rough guide on surviving life as a social work student. Asks what employers look for in a newly qualified social worker, and speaks to five top social care professionals about what t...

Satisfaction guaranteed
von Sale, Anabel Unity
In: Community Care (2004), 1541, iv-v : il.

...Contribution to a special supplement on working in London, which includes a four-page reference guide to London's 33 borough councils. The diversity of working in London is exciting for many social ca...

Slippery slope?
von Sale, Anabel Unity
In: Community Care (2004), 1542, 30-31 : il.

...Young people who are excluded from school often go on to offend. Asks what effort is being made to try to keep them in education and off the streets. Reports on the need for joined-up action and asks ...

Bars to study
von Sale, Anabel Unity
In: Community Care (2004), 1542, 32 : il.

...If young offenders are to stand a decent chance of making a new life for themselves after their sentences, they need to carry on with their education while inside. Looks at the extent to which this is...

Failure is not an option
von Sale, Anabel Unity
In: Community Care (2004), 1543, 36-38 : il.

...Reports how Keith Skirman, Swindon's social services director, is so confident that his zero-rated department will gain two stars as a result of its deal with Kent that the contract makes no provision...

Guilt-Edged Insecurities
von Sale, Anabel Unity
In: Community Care (2006), 1635, p. 28-29

...When a parent goes to jail, the whole family can suffer. Anabel Unity Sale looks at the effects of this separation on children & speaks to an agency that addresses their issues. Adapted from the sourc...

More Means Less
von Sale, Anabel Unity
In: Community Care (2006), 1643, 74 p.

...Anabel Unity Sale reports on how the system of child benefits & tax credits can penalise families with more children. Adapted from the source document....

Theory of Probability
von Sale, Anabel Unity
In: Community Care (2006), 1638, p. 26-27

...Can the likelihood of a child growing up to become an offender be established by computer software packages? Anabel Unity Sale reports. Adapted from the source document....

Too Close and Personal
von Gillen, Sally; Sale, Anabel Unity
In: Community Care (2007), 1676, p. 16-18

...Offers some guidelines to social workers & counselors in maintaining proper boundaries with clients, particularly with regard to mobile telephones & text messaging. Some common boundary-related dilemm...

Behave yourselves
von Sale, Anabel Unity
In: Community Care (2004), 1544, 32-34 : il.

...Describes a day spent with Newham's antisocial behaviour team and the kind of situations it had to deal with. Also offers an appraisal of the government's flagship policy to deal with minor offences. ...

The wrong end of the stick
von Sale, Anabel Unity
In: Community Care (2004), 1546, 36-37 : il.

...Some of the classic indicators of child abuse are the same as those for Asperger's syndrome. Reports on how social workers unfamiliar with the condition may be misdiagnosing its symptoms and launching...

Someone watching over us
von Sale, Anabel Unity
In: Community Care (2004), 1549, 28-31 : il.

...A new BBC documentary series is challenging the image of social workers portrayed in some sections of the media. "Someone to Watch Over Me" followed staff from Bristol Council's child care team for mo...

Stars in the making
von Sale, Anabel Unity
In: Community Care (2004), 1549, 53-54 : il.

...Midlands social services departments have started to shake off a dismal reputation by improving their performance and launching ground-breaking initiatives. Asks directors how they are tackling the ch...

Overcoming class barriers
von Sale, Anabel Unity
In: Community Care (2003), 1486, p. 28-29

...Full-time education is the main way for young asylum seekers and refugees to better themselves and to integrate into their new country. TheRefugee Council estimates that there were 82,000 children fro...

Haunted by horror
von Sale, Anabel Unity
In: Community Care (2003), 1487, 26-27 : il.

...Some asylum seekers who come to the UK have been subjected to terrible acts of torture, including rape. Describes a visit to the UK's only dedicated treatment centre for these victims. Star House, a g...

Why do so many men end it all?
von Sale, Anabel Unity
In: Community Care (2003), 1488, p. 30-32

...More men than women commit suicide and often in violent circumstances. Looks at the reasons for this anomaly and whether appropriate services for men are available. A survey at Manchester University's...

A Lot to Learn?
von Sale, Anabel Unity
In: Community Care (2007), 1660, p. 28-29

...Whereas local authority social workers often have post-registration training and learning needs built into their workflow, agency staff may be finding the requirements more onerous. Anabel Unity Sale ...

Dishonorable Discharges
von Sale, Anabel Unity
In: Community Care (2007), 1663, p. 26-27

...Returning home from a hospital stay should be a cause for celebration. Unless, that is, the person is homeless & the hospital would prefer to see them back on the streets prematurely than face bed-blo...

Guard Squad
von Sale, Anabel Unity
In: Community Care (2007), 1663, 28 p.

...A project in Sheffield which ensures the city's public venues are aware of their child protection responsibilities has won a community Care award. Anabel Unity Sale reports. Adapted from the source do...

Impact Factor
von Sale, Anabel Unity
In: Community Care (2007), 1657, 27 p.

...Community Care's older children & teenagers award for 2005 went to a project that reaches out to adolescents who are at risk from domestic violence. Anabel Unity Sale meets the lead worker. Adapted fr...

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