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Rosemary Kennedy
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The human services are established to support the most vulnerable and marginalised people in our society. This book addresses the response of legal and quasi-legal bodies to human service failures. Yet media and other reports frequently highlight a disturbing picture of industry failures, malpractice and abuse.

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Автор: Rosemary Kennedy Название: Duty of Care in the Human Services Издательство: Cambridge Academ Классификация . Mishaps and Misdeeds Through a Law Lens: 3. Public law of general applicatio

Mishaps and Misdeeds Through a Law Lens: 3. Public law of general applicatio.

The human services are established to support the most vulnerable and . It outlines those areas of law which are most likely to be activated by human. It outlines those areas of law which are most likely to be activated by human service shortcomings, and those aspects of direct human service delivery which are most likely to attract legal attention. By: Rosemary Kennedy. Publisher: Cambridge University Press. You are leaving VitalSource and being redirected to Duty of Care in the Human Services. Print ISBN: 9780521720243, 0521720249. eTextbook Return Policy. There are a few important things to keep in mind when returning an eBook you purchased from the VitalSource Store: You have 14 calendar days to return an item from the date you purchased it. You have not viewed or printed, in total, more than twenty percent (20%) of the VitalSource eTextbook.

Duty of care in the human services: Mishaps, misdeeds and the la. This article considers the relationship between social work values and the law, focusing on the second component of the definition of social work law (Preston-Shoot et a. 1998).

Duty of care in the human services: Mishaps, misdeeds and the law. Article. The human services are established to support the most vulnerable and marginalised people in our society. It considers the location of values in social work practice and in law, and explores areas of convergence and divergence. Implications of the introduction into English law of the European Convention on Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms are addressed.

Rose Marie "Rosemary" Kennedy (September 13, 1918 – January 7, 2005) was the oldest daughter born to Joseph P. Kennedy Sr. and Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy

Rose Marie "Rosemary" Kennedy (September 13, 1918 – January 7, 2005) was the oldest daughter born to Joseph P. and Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy. She was a sister of President of the United States John F. Kennedy and Senators Robert F. Kennedy and Ted Kennedy. Kennedy was intellectually disabled and was educated separately from other students; however, she was able to travel and to participate in social functions with her family

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Duty of Care in the Human Services. Allied Health Professionals and the Law.

The human services are established to support the most vulnerable and marginalised people in our society. Yet media and other reports frequently highlight a disturbing picture of industry failures, malpractice and abuse. This book addresses the response of legal and quasi-legal bodies to human service failures. It outlines those areas of law which are most likely to be activated by human service shortcomings, and those aspects of direct human service delivery which are most likely to attract legal attention. Essential reading for those studying or working in human services and social work, this book is designed to alert people to the legal risks arising as a result of inadequate human service delivery.