Personal Social Services serves as a comprehensive source of statistical data for any researcher, be they students or professional. The text opens with a definition of children's services, health and welfare services. It describes and discusses local authority personal social service statistics generated by authorities responsible for rendering social services. The volume also provides the changes that occurred from 1948 to 1970.
The book surveyed the services being given to aged people and the handicapped. The discussion proceeds to the powers and duties of local authorities, and a description of the way they conduct their obligations. The process of private fostering and adoption are described. A part of the text reviews and describes the statistical returns. The statistical returns for children's services and those coming from the services for old people and the handicapped are evaluated. Another chapter focuses on the returns from mental health service. The last chapter of the book discusses the development of statistical data, the needs this data serves, the inputs, outputs, their combinations and interpretation.
The book will provide useful information to government service provider, statistician, students, and researchers in the field of statistics.
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|Size: ||25.7 MB|
|Date published: || 2014|
|ISBN: ||9781483193144 (DRM-PDF)|
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