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The Art of Co-ordinating Care

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The handbook encourages workers to think creatively and to apply this in their work with service users, particularly in delivering the Care Programme Approach (CPA).
Author(s): Steve Morgan, Andrew Wetherell, Roberta Wetherell

The Art of Co-ordinating Care offers a fresh approach to service delivery and co-ordinating care. The handbook encourages workers to think creatively and to apply this in their work with service users, particularly in delivering the Care Programme Approach (CPA). It is both a reference and resource, with practical tips and exercises for personal and team-working development. This is fundamentally a practical workbook, which has discussions about how to go about engagement, assessment and care or support planning and review, within a context of value-based and person-centred care and support. This handbook will support everyone who is involved in the fundamental role of co-ordinating care - anyone who observes and assesses a person's needs and wishes, and then offers that person directions or suggestions, or communicates this information to a third party.

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ISBN: 9781841962498
Publisher: Pavilion Publishing and Media
Publication: 17 January 2014
Steve Morgan worked as an occupational therapist on an acute inpatient unit in the mid-1980s before taking up roles in community mental health and assertive outreach in inner-city London services from 1987 to 1997. He spent seven years working in the Sainsbury Centre for Mental Health training section before leaving in October 2001 to establish his own practice development consultancy: Practice Based Evidence. He gained an MA in Practice Development in Mental Health in 1998, with the National Centre for Work Based Learning at Middlesex University.