New forms in the structures and organisation of social services, including multidiscipilnary [sic] centres and systems to encourage client participation: report
Council of Europe, 1980 - Social service - 52 pages
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administrative structures aims and/or client participation and/or organisational changes areas Austria barriers clients from participating Clients genuinely unable clients to participate co-operation Committee of Ministers Council of Europe decision-making bodies direct participation disciplines effective encourage client participation European countries example experience Federal Republic Finland formal participation forms of participation guidance centre handicapped individual informal participation integration interdisciplinary group interdisciplinary work and/or intervention involved legal guardian ln fact ln some countries ltaly mental institutions multidisciplinary centres Norway organisation of social organisational arrangements participation of clients participatory pation personnel persons policy-making political Portugal possible prevented from participating private sectors professional programmes public and private public social service Republic of Germany requires sectorialisation self-help association Social Affairs social welfare social workers specialisation structural and/or organisational structure and organisation study group Sweden Switzerland target groups tendency trend unable to participate United Kingdom