Ever since the Mental Health Act, 1983 established Community Mental Health Teams there has been a slow, smouldering enthusiasm developing for joined up practice and increasingly multi-disciplinary teams are seen as a positive way forward to ensure a co-ordinated response to people and their problems.
This course will help you to look at the way social work and social work care agencies develop an agency culture and how this can both impede and assist working across organisational boundaries.
This course provides material to help you consider ways in which working across boundaries can be improved to the benefit of service users and agencies.
Working Across Boundaries in Social Care Diploma issued by Stonebridge Associated Colleges, to view a sample of the college’s award, please click here.
Understanding Agency Culture
Approaches to Working Across Boundaries
Barriers to Inter-Agency Co-Operation
Overcoming the Barrier to Co-Operative Working
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