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Morris, David (2009)
Publisher: National Social Inclusion Programme
Languages: English
Types: Book
Subjects: L300, V320
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    • 5 Department of Health, 2006, From segregation to inclusion: Commissioning guidance on day services for people with mental health problems.
    • 6 Department of Health, 2006, Supporting Women into the Mainstream: Commissioning Women-only Community Day Services.
    • 7 Department of Health, 2008, From segregation to inclusion: where are we now? A review of progress towards the implementation of the mental health day services commissioning guidance.
    • 8 NSIP, 2008, How will my newly redesigned day service help me? socialinclusion.org.uk/publications/DayServicesLeaflet.pdf
    • 9 Ibid.
    • 10 NSIP, 2007, Outcomes Framework for Mental Health Day Services. socialinclusion.org.uk/publications/DSdoccover.1.pdf)
    • 11 NSIP, 2009, Outcomes Framework for Mental Health Services. www.socialinclusion.org.uk/home/index.php
    • 12 Social Exclusion Unit, op. cit., 2004.
    • 13 Department of Health, 2006, Direct payments for people with mental health problems: A guide to action.
    • 14 Department of Health, 2006, An introduction to direct payments in mental health services: Information for people eligible to use mental health services and carers.
    • 15 Ibid.
    • 16 Commission for Social Care Inspectorate, 2009, The state of social care in England 2007-08.
    • 17 Individual Budgets Evaluation Network (IBSEN), 2008, Evaluation of the Individual Budgets Pilot Programme Final Report. The copyright is held by Social Policy Research Unit, University of York.
    • 18 Social Exclusion Unit, op. cit., 2004.
    • 19 Department of Health, 2008, Refocusing the Care Programme Approach: Policy and Positive Practice Guidance.
    • 20 Cabinet Office, 2007, Reaching out: Think Family.
    • 21 Barnardos, 2007, Parents in Hospital: How mental health services can best provide family contact when a parent is in hospital.
    • 22 Social Exclusion Unit op. cit., 2004.
    • 23 Department for Transport, 2007, Concessionary Bus Travel Act 2007.
    • 24 Department for Transport, 2008, Guidance for local authorities on eligibility for disabled people.
    • 25 www.governornet.co.uk
    • 26 Leeds Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
    • 27 NSIP, op. cit., 2009
    • 28 Department of Health, 2006, Action on Stigma: promoting mental health, ending discrimination at work.
    • 29 Within the Patient Survey (Healthcare Commission, 2005), 52% of respondents said they had not received any help with finding work but would have liked it.
    • 30 W Anthony, A Howell and KS Danley, 'Vocational Rehabilitation of the Psychiatrically Disabled' in M Mirabi (ed.), The Chronically Mentally ill: Research and Services, (Jamaica/New York, Spectrum Publications, 1084); G Shepherd, 'The Value of Work in the 1980s', Psychiatric Bulletin, 13 (1989): 231-233.
    • 31 Social Exclusion Unit, op. cit., 2004.
    • 32 Department of Health/NSIP, 2006, Vocational services for people with severe mental health problems: Commissioning guidance.
    • 33 NSIP, 2008, Finding and Keeping Work. www.socialinclusion.org.uk/publications/Toward_a_MH_employment_strategy_ revsied_after%20repairs.pdf
    • 34 The national indicators are the means of measuring national priorities that have been agreed by government.
    • 35 Dame Carol Black, 2008, Review of the health of Britain's working age population. Working for a healthier tomorrow.
    • 36 For the announcement of the development of the national mental health and employment strategy see: www.dwp.gov.uk/mediacentre/pressreleases/2007/nov/drc057-271107.asp
    • 37 Cabinet Office, op. cit., 2006.
    • 71 Office for Disability Issues, 2008, Independent Living - A cross-government strategy about independent living for disabled people.
    • 77 Department of Health, 2004, The 10 Essential Shared Capabilities - A Framework for the whole of the Mental Health Workforce.
    • 78 Department of Health, 2007, Capabilities for Inclusive Practice.
    • 79 Department of Health, 2004, NHS Knowledge and Skills Framework.
    • 80 Department of Health, 2007, Standards for Better Health.
    • 81 British Psychological Society, 2008, Socially Inclusive Practice.
    • 82 College of Occupational Therapists, 2006, Recovering Ordinary Lives: The strategy for occupational therapy in mental health services 2007-2017 literature review.
    • 83 College of Occupational Therapists, 2007, Work Matters: Vocational Navigation for Occupational Therapy Staff.
    • 84 South Essex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, 2008, www.socialinclusion.org.uk
    • 85 Will be available on www.socialinclusion.org.uk
    • 86 Now known as Third Sector Innovation and Excellence in Service Delivery Fund.
    • 87 Department of Health, op. cit., 2007.
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