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Author HIGHAM, P. E. PHELPS, KAY

Title CAREERS OF CARE : survivors of traumatic brain injury and the response of health and social care
Published [Place of publication not identified] : ROUTLEDGE, 2018
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Description 1 online resource (1 volume)
Series Routledge revivals
Contents Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Contents; List of abbreviations; Foreword; Introduction; Acknowledgements; 1 People with traumatic brain injury: survivors in an uncaring society?; Basic definition of TBI; Measurement of severity; Incidence of TBI; The effects of TBI; The effects of TBI on family life and carers; An example of a TBI sufferer needing continuing health and social care; Current service provision for TBI people; The importance of rehabilitation; Rehabilitation services for TBI people in contrast to services for spinal injury
The case for specialist dedicated servicesSummary: the catastrophic effect of TBI and the missed 'critical moments' of intervention; TBI people and residential care; Lessons for practice; 3 A review of social care and its evaluative frameworks; What TBI people and carers say they want: identification as TBI people; The legacy of the past; Residential care; The different types of continuing care; The interrelationship of Care in the Community and residential social care; Community care; Frameworks for evaluating the appropriateness of social care: dependency levels
The complexities and difficulties of evaluating residential careThe views of service users and their carers; Evaluating community care models; Avoiding bias in the evaluation of continuing care; The chosen framework for evaluating models of continuing care: the Wagner principles; Lessons for practice; 4 Evaluating particular examples of care settings: community care and case management for TBI people; Generic and dedicated care management; The community care models: generic care management in Middleshire; The community care models: two examples of dedicated care management
The need for dedicated care managementA cross-sectional view of the effects of TBI and needs for service provision; The changed life course of TBI people and the start of the career of care; Carers' changed life courses; The effects of head injury; Needs following TBI; Perceptions of hospital care and rehabilitation services; Perceptions of day care services; The provision of respite care for TBI people and carers; Perceptions of social services; Perceptions of other services: GPs, police, voluntary associations; Views on sheltered housing and residential care
Training for staff working with TBI peopleThe failure of health and social care to provide a meaningful response to the needs of TBI people; Lessons for practice; 2 Careers of care: life histories of TBI people and their carers; The continuing health and social care needs of TBI people; Life history interviews: a way of listening; The concept of the 'careers of care' of TBI people; Using a biographical approach: the individual careers of care; Making sense of what was told; Stages in the careers of care; The catastrophic effect of TBI and the first two critical moments of intervention
Summary The catastrophic effect of TBI and the missed 'critical moments' of intervention -- TBI people and residential care -- Lessons for practice -- 3 A review of social care and its evaluative frameworks -- What TBI people and carers say they want: identification as TBI people -- The legacy of the past -- Residential care -- The different types of continuing care -- The interrelationship of Care in the Community and residential social care -- Community care -- Frameworks for evaluating the appropriateness of social care: dependency levels -- The complexities and difficulties of evaluating residential care -- The views of service users and their carers -- Evaluating community care models -- Avoiding bias in the evaluation of continuing care -- The chosen framework for evaluating models of continuing care: the Wagner principles -- Lessons for practice -- 4 Evaluating particular examples of care settings: community care and case management for TBI people -- Generic and dedicated care management -- The community care models: generic care management in Middleshire -- The community care models: two examples of dedicated care management -- The three community care models: summary analysis -- Lessons for practice -- 5 Evaluating particular examples of care settings: residential social care for TBI people -- Generic and dedicated residential social care -- The search for residential and nursing homes with TBI residents -- Generic models of residential care -- Dedicated models of residential care -- Summary analysis of the four homes: the issue of interpretation -- The ideal type -- Lessons for practice -- 6 Policy and practice for individualising care: the dual recommendations -- Summarising the data from the models of care -- The dual recommendation and the first and second critical moments of intervention
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Subject Brain -- Wounds and injuries -- Patients -- Rehabilitation.
Brain -- Wounds and injuries -- Patients -- Rehabilitation.
POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Public Policy -- Social Security.
POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Public Policy -- Social Services & Welfare.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 042945936X
042986048X
0429860498
9780429459368
9780429860485
9780429860492