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Recent developments in community care in Northern Ireland

Margaret Kelly

Recent developments in community care in Northern Ireland

a case study from Londonderry.

by Margaret Kelly

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Published by The Author] in [s.l .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Thesis (M. Sc. (Social Policy, Planning and Administration)) - University of Ulster, 1991.

The Physical Object
Pagination110p. :
Number of Pages110
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13937625M

In research I’m doing about social care in the four nations of the UK, Northern Ireland is usually talked about as the exception, the distinctive case, where different rules d’s Care Act has equivalent legislation in Scotland and Wales, but not in Northern Ireland. The key policy framework for community care in Northern Ireland dates from   Consultation on Proposals for the Provision of Strategic Support to the Voluntary and Community Sector in Northern Ireland 08 September Accounting and .

2 hours ago  The development comes as the Department of Health last night confirmed the annual vaccine is to be offered to an extra , people in Northern Ireland, .   The expansion of Primary Care Covid centres continues across Northern Ireland this week. Today sees the opening of GP-led centres in Belfast, Dungannon and Banbridge. Further centres will open later this week in Antrim, Coleraine, Newtownards, Lisburn, Downpatrick and Enniskillen.

  Preston could be the next place to face a coronavirus local lockdown amid rising infection rates. Preston recorded 49 new cases of coronavirus in the week leading up to J with 18 cases recorded on July 29 alone. Read more here. Northern Ireland: Face masks will be mandatory indoors in Northern Ireland as the R rate rises to as much as 1. In Northern Ireland, Catholic communities used community development strategies as a means to procure basic services and housing from the Protestant-controlled local government structures. Later on, Protestant-led community development initiatives also got off the ground.


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Get this from a library. People first, s: community care in Northern Ireland for the s. [Northern Ireland. Department of Health and Social Services.]. community development in a conflict setting, exploring specifically the evolution of community development in Northern Ireland, as well as the nature of community development practice there.

Chapters 7 to 10 review examples of various aspects of community development work in new and emerging settings. Chapter 7 describes how an intensive family. Community Development for Northern Ireland This Strategic Framework for Community Development for Northern Ireland has been developed by the voluntary and community sector, working in partnership with statutory agencies and key Government Departments, in a co-ordinated attempt to explore the purpose.

The NIAO noted that the picture that emerged from its review of domiciliary care in Northern Ireland is one of gradual improvement in the reach of domiciliary care packages.

However, progress, in terms of a shift away from institutional care, has been static in recent years due to the continuing pressure of increasing nursing home placements. The recent Northern Ireland Audit Report highlights the failure of the Transforming Your Care Initiative to become reality.

Again I would suggest that this is due to the professional hegemonies. Providing research and information services to the Northern Ireland Assembly 6 With regard to respite care, in the Carers and Disabled Children Act England had already introduced the power for local authorities to offer carers short respite breaks via local authorities providing vouchers for temporary care provided by community care services.

COPNI Prepared to Care: Modernising Adult Social Care in Northern Ireland The commissioner finds that legislation and policy in this area is fragmented and confusing.

There is a lack of clarity on how to access services and a lack of availability of suitable services. Sexual health promotion in clinic and community settings.

The provision of sexual health services for young people varies across the UK. Young people may find it hard to access clinic services because of their concerns about privacy and confidentiality and fears about staff being critical or unfriendly. 35 The convenience of clinic locations and opening hours is particularly important for.

The Health and Social Care Board wants to reduce the reliance on state-run care homes. As of 30 June this year, Northern Ireland had 5, residential care places, of which 1, were in statutory residential homes, 3, in independent residential homes and in nursing homes.

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A new mitigation scheme means that carers who suffer loss will receive a supplementary payment to cover the financial loss for a period of one year.

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Evidence-based policy-making is largely absent from government in Northern Ireland, but the new Pivotal think-tank has been established to correct that, says its director Ann Watt.

She was speaking in the last of the second series of Holywell Trust Forward Together podcasts. The aim of Pivotal “is to help improve public policy in Northern Ireland,” says Ann. “It’s got a strong emphasis.

Health & Social Care. A formal investigation in into the accessibility of health information in Northern Ireland for people with a learning disability was updated in The investigation identified that some healthcare professionals did not adjust their communication style for people with a learning disability.

A report by the Northern Ireland Audit Office () welcomed the ‘Health and Wellbeing ’ strategy which realises TYC’s aspirations over the next 10 years and welcomed also the Department’s £30 million ring-fenced transformation fund, urging good leadership to ensure funding is placed into new community-based models.

Background. Current demographic developments in Europe have resulted in increased interest in home care. The share of the population aged 65 years and over is increasing [] and more people will consequently be care-dependent in the near ng life-style trends [], smaller families [] and growing labour market participation of women have reduced the possibilities of providing care.

This book provides information on caring for children up to five years old and contact details for useful organisations. It is available to new parents resident in Northern Ireland through primary care services (antenatal clinics, GPs or health visitors).

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