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  • Access Community Care Inform Adult or Access Community Care Inform Children CCInform,
  • Brief description Case studies for social workers
  • Resource type References and abstracts, Reports and conference proceedings
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Community Care Inform provides critical information in a quick and accessible format to help social work professionals make and evidence their decisions.

Community Care Inform Children is designed for children and families social workers, while Community Care Inform Adults is aimed at social work professionals working with disabled and older people.

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100's of reports; guides; case studies & reference manuals.

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