Case Management eBook

Inclusive Community Practice

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Second Edition

Elizabeth Moore

Case Management eBook

Inclusive Community Practice

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Second Edition

Elizabeth Moore

ISBN:

9780190303389

Binding:

Ebook

Published:

10 Nov 2016

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$81.99 NZD

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Description

Case Management: Inclusive Community Practice is a consumer-directed social work text that provides health and human services workers with the theory, knowledge and skills to help the vulnerable. The second edition offers a strong in-depth overview of case management using case studies and reflective questions to teach readers to relate theory to practical situations.

Clear navigation and updated content make Case Management a learning resource for students and practitioners working across the human services sector.

Features of this edition:
  • New references and content included in key areas to reflect recent changes to community practice:
    • Chapter 6: Cultural Diversity and Competence: A Culturally Responsive Approach
    • Chapter 18: Case management in Child Protection: Challenges, Complexities and Possibilities
    • Chapter 19: Case Management and Complexity: Challenges in the National Disability Insurance Scheme
    • Chapter 20: Our Safe Place – Community Responses to Koori Youth Violence 
    • Chapter 21: New Land New Home: Working with Refugee Survivors of Torture and Trauma (result of feedback)
    • Chapter 22: Case management, Research Evidence, and Homelessness Services
  • Well-respected Australian author team share their expertise across the many disciplines within the human services sector.
  • Cross-reference margin notes added to signpost key topics across chapters.

Contents

1. Origins, Influences and Challenges of Contemporary Case Management
Part 1 Origins, Influences and Challenges of Contemporary Case Management
2. Systems Diversity in Case Management: Characteristics, Models and Dimensions
3. Ethics Informed by Citizenship: The Heart of Person-Directed Practice
4. Theories that Inform Practice: Promoting Individual Agency and Autonomy
5. Utilising Practice Functions to Build Choice and Extend Support
6. Cultural Diversity and Competence: A Culturally Responsive Approach
7. Advocacy: An Overarching Approach
Part 2 Collaborative Practice: Carers, Communities, Organisations and Capability
8. Mobilising and Utilising Informal Care in Case Management
9. ‘Seeing Double’: Family Case Management Where a Parent has a Mental Illness
10. Rethinking Case Management and Community Development.
11. Organisational and Inter-organisational Learning for Case Management
12. Case Manager Standards and Skills Development
Part 3 Practice Contexts, Service Users and Approaches
13. Case Management and Community Mental Health
14. A Person-centred Approach to Supporting People with Cognitive Disability
15. Ageing in Community: Consumer-directed Support
16. Responding to System Imperatives in Rehabilitation Case Management Contexts
17. Defining the ‘Case’ to be ‘Managed’ in Services for Children at Risk of Harm and their Families
Part 4 Praxis – critical, reflective and evidence-directed practice
18. Case management in Child Protection: Challenges, Complexities and Possibilities
19. Case Management and Complexity: Challenges in the National Disability Insurance Scheme
20. Our Safe Place – Community Responses to Koori Youth Violence 
21. New Land New Home: Working with Refugee Survivors of Torture and Trauma
22. Case management, Research Evidence, and Homelessness Services

Authors

Edited by:

Elizabeth Moore, Adjunct Lecturer, Social Work and Human Services, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Charles Sturt University

Contributors:

Kerry Arabena is Professor at the University of Melbourne, Chair of Indigenous Health and Director of the Indigenous Health Equity Unit. 

Robert Bland is Professor of Social Work at the Australian Catholic University.

Robin Bowles is a Clinical Social Worker and Psychotherapist who has been working at STARTTS for over 28 years. 

Wendy Bowles is Professor of Social Work and Human Services at Charles Sturt University. 

Nicholas Buys is Professor and Dean, Learning and Teaching for the Health Faculty at Griffith University. 

Lynda Campbell is honorary research fellow at the University of Melbourne.

Susan Collings is Research Associate with the Intellectual Disability Behaviour Support Program (IDBS) at University of New South Wales.

Louise Coventry is a passionate advocate for an inclusive society and social justice. 

Pat Dorsett is a Lecturer in the School of Human Services at Griffith University.

Leanne Dowse is Associate Professor and Chair in Intellectual Disability Behaviour Support at UNSW Australia. 

Elizabeth Fernandez Professor of Social Work, School of Social Sciences, University of New South Wales, teaches courses in Life Span and Health, Child and Family Welfare and Professional Supervision. 

Peter Richard Gill is a Psychology lecturer at Victoria University, teaching in a wide range of subjects including intercultural psychology, social psychology, abnormal psychology and research methods. 

Marty Grace is Professor and Head of Social Work at Victoria University, Melbourne. 

Di Gursansky is a social work consultant and honorary fellow at the Australian Catholic University. 

Barbara Hill is Co-coordinator of Curriculum and Pedagogy Co-coordinator at Charles Sturt University (CSU). 

Mark Hughes is Professor of Social Work at Southern Cross University.

Helen Kimberley leads the Ageing and Retirement team at the Brotherhood of St Laurence Research and Policy Centre.

Carmel Laragy worked for many years in a range of social service fields in Victoria before teaching social work. 

Darryl Maybery is Professor and Director of Monash University School of Rural Health (MUDRIH).  

Vanette McLennan is a Lecturer in the School of Allied Health Sciences at Griffith University.

Esber Melhem is a Bicultural Counsellor for Arabic speaking communities at STARTTS, with twenty years’ experience in counselling, casework, community development, training and supervision roles. 

Susan Mlcek is Māori-Indigenous, from the Ngaiterangi Iwi (tribe) in NZ, with teaching experience gained at two Australian Universities, a NZ tribal indigenous-University, and TAFE NSW. 

Emily Munro-Harrison is Research Fellow within the Indigenous Health Equity Unit at the University of Melbourne.

Tiep Nguyen is a Bicultural Counsellor with STARTTS of Vietnamese refugee background. 

Lynelle Osburn is a social work practitioner and educator with over thirty-six years of professional practice health, child development, child protection, forensic medicine and community work. 

Manohar Pawar is Professor of Social Work at Charles Sturt University, experienced in social work education, research and practice in Australia and India.  

Christine Randall is a Senior Lecturer and Program Director for Rehabilitation Counselling in the School of Allied Health Sciences at Griffith University. 

Noel Renouf is a Volunteer Caseworker at the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre in Melbourne and Honorary Research Senior Fellow in the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work at the University of Queensland. 

Andrea Reupert is Associate Professor at Monash University, Victoria. 

Marie Sheahan is Lecturer in Leisure and Health at Charles Sturt University.

Bonnie Simons had several years as a community development worker, trainer and researcher in the neighbourhood house and adult community education sectors, before joining the Brotherhood of St Laurence Research and Policy Centre as Senior Researcher in the Ageing and Retirement team. 

Meng Thai is a Bicultural Counsellor at STARTTS, with over 20 years’ experience in counselling, casework, training, supervision, and community development roles. 

Menka Tsantefski is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Human Services and Social Work at Griffith University.

Ann Tullgren is a Hobart based social worker, experienced in settings in Sydney and Tasmania, including hospital and community health, and income security with Centrelink. 

Vidette Turner is a Speech Pathologist with extensive varied clinical experience in the paediatric and disability sectors. 

Alison Wannan recently completed her doctorate on participatory approaches of working in public housing areas, as part of an Australian Research Council funded collaborative research project of the University of New South Wales (UNSW) and The University of Sydney. 

Michael Wearing Sociology is Senior Lecturer in Social Sciences, University of New South Wales. 

Michele Wiese is Research Fellow at the Intellectual Disability and Behaviour Support (IDBS) Program University of New South Wales.  

Jill Wilson is in the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work at University of Queensland. 

Daphne Yarram is Executive Officer, and established Yoowinna Wurnalung Healing Service, an Aboriginal family violence education and prevention service. 

Ivy Yarram is a Senior Clinician supporting men, women, children and families at the Yoowinna Wurnalung Healing Service.