Reablement services in health and social care: a guide to practice for students and support workers

Authors:
EBRAHIMI Valerie A., CHAPMAN Hazel M.
Publisher:
Red Globe Press
Publication year:
2018
Pagination:
285

Text book introducing the theoretical basis and practical considerations of reablement. Promoting collaborative working, the book includes contributions from a range of professions including occupational therapy, nursing and social work. It also provides service user, carer and support worker perspectives. Chapters include: The centrality of service users in reablement; models of reablement service provision; Undoing dependence, promoting autonomy; Reablement and support workers; Psychosocial perspectives of reablement; and Technological advances in reablement. Primarily aimed at students, the text book may also be useful for support staff and associated professionals working in reablement. (Edited publisher abstract)

Subject terms:
reablement, models, service provision, support workers, rehabilitation, health care, social care provision;
Content type:
practice guidance
ISBN print:
9781137372642

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