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Social Care and Neurodisability is aimed at anyone working in social work, case management, social care and all others interested in the areas of acquired brain injury, neurodisability and neuroscience.
It provides a forum for the sharing of information on good practice and advances in the rehabilitation, treatment and care of people who have neurological conditions. The journal’s coverage explores practice with adults, children and adolescents with neurological conditions.
The content of this journal provides crucial knowledge at a time when the provision of social care is undergoing radical change, with the introduction of the personalisation agenda and increase in litigation leading to an expansion in independent case management.
Social Care and Neurodisability is vital for everyone involved in neurodisability, neuroscience and acquired brain injury. It is a hugely valuable source of information for practitioners, managers, policy makers, academics, social workers, case managers and care workers, ABI co-ordinators and allied health professionals, such as psychologists, occupational therapists, nurses, students, carers and people who use services. The content will also be relevant for those working in mental health and/or learning disabilities with an interest in the social impact and support of people with neurological conditions. It is also relevant for people working in personal injury litigation, community care and deputies, as well as NHS and primary care trusts, universities and colleges, local authorities and the voluntary sector.
Social Care and Neurodisability is available as part of an online subscription to the Emerald Health & Social Care eJournals Collection. For more information, please email email@example.com or visit the Emerald Health & Social Care eJournals Collection page.
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