An expose of the Australian charities sector, its history, current size, makeup, with case studies revealing the different charitable organisation types, ways of being or becoming fraudulent, and the regulatory approaches.
For person-centred planning to succeed, people with intellectual and developmental disabilities need to live, work, and learn in their own communities. Professionals can make that happen with this book, a complete step-by-step guide to the easiest, most practical person-centred planning method available.
Sharon Shoesmith examines what can be learnt from the tragic death of Peter Connelly, also known as Baby P. She gives a detailed account of events as they took place, reflects on the psychological, political and social dynamics involved, and considers the implications for child protection professionals, policymakers, politicians and the ......
This book shows administrators and directors how to develop programs that help families adapt to the experience of having an older family member living in a long-term institutional care setting. It recognizes that families continue to be involved in various ways in the lives of relatives who no longer live at home.
Examines variability among custodial grandparent caregivers. This book focuses on diversity among grandparent-headed families in domestic and international settings, and examines diversity across individual differences especially those of gender and age, ethnicity and race, and culture.