Integrated Children's Services
- John M Davis - University of Edinburgh, UK
Early Childhood Education | Social Work - Children | Working with Parents, Families & Communities
The importance of relationships, roles, responsibilities and strategic planning is discussed, and chapters cover:
- what integrated working looks like in practice
- how early years services work
- Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS)
- disability and integrated working.
The book encourages readers to reflect on their own background and how this influences their view of specific children, families and fellow professionals, as well as their own practice. Suitable for all those working with children and young people from birth to 19 years in any aspect of children's services, this book will ensure professionals work together successfully to the benefit of all.
This is an excellent text which will be used extensively to inform sessions.
Very useful, up to date and accessible.
a valuable supplementary reading book for both our nursing and social work students
This is an excellent book for students, clearly written and informative.
Excellent and informative book in the context of multi-professional working
Useful text book which can be used on a variety of programmes such as Education Studies, Health and Social Welfare and Social Work. Contains relevant up to date material.
Interesting updated discussion on issues of integrated services in England. The text provides examples from practice. It helps students to develop a more reflective insight into the issues of working with other professionals
An excellent book that is well structured, and accessible to read. It is very relevant to a range of modules from level 4 through to 6 on the Early Childhood Studies course.
This is a very useful read for students and lecturers alike. It addresses the complexity of integrated services in a clearly understandable way. Students studying childcare and social work should find this book invaluable.
A good grounding in the various services that children encounter and that students may work in or with.