Table Of Contents: Volume 12 Issue 4
Lillian Jackson details her daughter's experience of illness, and her own trials and tribulations as a carer in finding her daughter the support that she needs.
, Helen Lockett
, Miles Rinaldi
What does it mean to say there's an evidence base for supported employment? One approach, known as Individual placement and support or IPS for short, has been extensively…
This is an important time to be taking stock of mental health service user/survivor campaigning and involvement. Big changes are taking place in social care. These will…
The modernisation of day services presents many challenges. One key challenge is not to abandon the people that these have traditionally supported. Peter Bates from the…
The Sainsbury Centre for Mental Health has recently published a briefing paper on employment support for people from black and minority ethnic (BME) communities who have…
‘We are all born into a particular tribal culture. Beginning life as part of a tribe, we become connected to our tribal consciousness and collective willpower by absorbing…
Sally Reynolds, Chief Executive of Social Firms UK, outlines the latest developments in the social firm sector's mission to provide real jobs for people with severe disadvantages.
Zoe Robinson reports on recent and forthcoming developments within the National Social Inclusion Programme.
This index covers all issues between February 2005 (Volume 9, Issue 1) and November 2008 (Volume 12, Issue 4). Numbers in bold refer to yolume, numbers in brackets refer…