Advanced Case Management: New Strategies for the Nineties

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SAGE, Aug 19, 1993 - Psychology - 190 pages
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This overview of issues pertinent to case management in the social services illustrates the diversity of innovative approaches which have been developed. These include: new forms of outreach and assessment; alternative methods for engaging family members and natural supports; and strategies attuned to the needs of culturally diverse constituencies.

The degree to which existing services are available to meet clients' needs, and variations in service philosophies and resources are among the issues discussed. Examples from many practice settings illustrate the adaptability of case management.

 

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Contents

Advanced Case Management
14
Design of This Book
20
Advanced Case Management Tasks
28
Quality Standards
64
Consumer Empowerment
77
Clinical Case Management
84
New Models
90
Advanced Staffing Patterns and Supervision
102
References
155
Name Index
177
Subject Index
185
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