UNIT 21 CHAPTER 3 NEW N.H.S 1948-1979 AND CHA PTER 4 SOCIAL CARE

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WHO WAS CECIL FRENCH? A MAN APPOINTED IN 1946 TO WORK IN THE MENTAL HEALTH DEPT. OF A LOCAL AUTHORITY
THE POOR LAW ACT, WHEN AND WHAT? 1834, POOR LAW ACT WAS SET TO DETER PEOPLE FROM SEEKING PUBLIC ASSISTANCE FROM THE PARISH AND REDUCE COST OF PAYING OUT 'POOR RELIEF'
WHAT HAPPENED TO PEOPLE CLAIMING MONEY UNDER THE POOR LAW ACT 1834? PEOPLE WERE SENT TO SEX-SEGREGATED WORKHOUSES, SPLITTING UP FAMILIES AND PARENTS
WHAT HAPPENED TO THE POOR LAW WORK HOUSE SYSTEM LATER ON? THEY DEVELOPED INTO MORE SPECIALISED AND SEPERATE INSTITUTIONS RUN BY LOCAL AUTHORITIES I.E ASYLUMS FOR 'MENTALLY ILL' AND 'MENTALLY DEFECTIVE', ORPHANAGES AND CHILDRENS HOMES, APPROVED SCHOOLS FOR YOUNG OFFENDERS
WHEN WAS THE POOR LAW ABOLISHED? 1948 BUT THE SHAME AND FEAR OF BEING 'PUT AWAY' IN AN INSTITUTION LASTED FOR DECADES AFTERWARDS
WHO WAS FREDERIC SEEBOHM? A MAN BROUGHT IN TO CONDUCT AN ENQUIRY INTO THE SHORT COMINGS OF THE SOCIAL SERVIES
THE SEEBOHM REPORT, WHEN? AND WHAT DID IT RECOMMEND? 1968. A UNIFIED DEPT, EMPLOYING SOCIAL WORKERS WITH 'GENERIC' SKILLS AND A UNIVERSAL FAMILY AND COMMUNITY SERVICE
SEEBOHM REPORT - UNIFIED DEPARTMENT? ONE DEPT TO COVER MENTAL HEALTH, WELFARE AND CHILDRENS DEPARTMENT'S, EDUCATION, HOUSING AND HOME HELP
SEEBOHM REPORT - EMPLOYING SOCIAL WORKERS WITH 'GENERIC' SKILLS? PROFESSIONAL GROUPS I.E MENTAL WELFARE OFFICERS LOSE SEPERATE IDENTITIES AND BECOME 'SOCIAL WORKERS' BECOMMING A UNIFIED PROFESSION RATHER THAN A SPECIALISED ONE
SEEBOHM REPORT - A UNIVERSAL FAMILY AND COMMUNITY SERVICE A SERVICE FOR EVERYONE, MAKING COMMUNITY WORK AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT A PART OF WORK BY LOCAL AUTHORITY SOCIAL SERVICES DEPT IN ORDER TO DEVELOP PREVENTATIVE SERVICES FOR THE WHOLE COMMUNITY
WHY DID FOCUS CHANGE FROM SEEBOHM'S UNIFIED WAY BACK TO SOCIAL WORKERS SPECIALISING IN CERTAIN AREAS? MARIA COLWELL WAS KILLED BY HER STEP-FATHER WHEN SHE RETURNED FROM CARE - THIS SHIFTED PEOPLES ATTENTION TO CHILD PROTECTION AND IT BECAME PRIORITY IN ATTENTION
WHAT SPECIALISED DEPT'S OF SOCIAL SERVICES WERE THERE? WORKING WITH CHILDREN, MENTAL HEALTH, OLDER PEOPLE, DISBLED PEOPLE
WHICH SOCIAL SERVICE HAD THE MAJORITY OF SPENDING? CARE SERVICES FOR OLDER PEOPLE
CHILDCARE TOOK PRIORITY BUT WHY WAS THIS A NEGATIVE THING? MOST SOCIAL SERVICES USERS CAME IN THE CATAGORIES OF 'MENTAL HEALTH', 'OLDER PEOPLE' AND 'DISABILITY'
N.H.S RELIED ON THE EMPLOYMENT OF MIGRANT WORKERS, WHY? THE N.H.S. EXPANDED AND THERE WAS A HUGE DEMAND FOR STAFF, STAFF WERE THEN RECRUITED FROM OVERSEAS
WHAT WERE THE DRAWBACKS FOR THE OVERSEAS WORKERS WITHIN THE N.H.S? DISCRIMINATION AGAINST THEM I JOB, TRAINING AND PROMOTIONS. MOST GPS SENT TO WORK IN DEPRIVED AREAS INSTEAD OF THE BIGGER HOSPITALS IN LONDON
CONS OF THE N.H.S IN 1960'S? 1. HOSPITAL-CENTRED AT THE EXPENCE OF COMMUNITY AND PREVENTIVE SERVICES 2. GPS CONTROLLED ACCESS TO SPECIALIST TREATMENT 3. ACUTE SECTOR BETTER FUNDED THAN LONG STAY 4. SEPERATION OF HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE 5. HIERARCHICAL WORKFORCE DOMINATED BY CONSULTANTS 6. HISTORY OF DISCRIMINATION 7. PRIVATE PRACTICE WITHIN N.H.S (G.P'S) LEAD TO A TWO-TIER SERVICE 8. UNEVEN QUALITY OF SERVICE PROVIDED THROUGHOUT THE UK
WHEN WAS THE N.H.S INTRODUCED? 5TH JULY 1948
HOW DID ANEURIN BEVAN (LABOURS HEALTH MINISTER) GET CONSULTANTS TO AGREE TO THE N.H.S? HE AGREED TO PAY THEM FOR ACHEIVEMENTS IN MEDICAL RESEARCH AND PRACTICE AS A BONUS ON TOP OF THEIR SALARIES
WHAT ARE THE 3 ARMS OF THE N.H.S? 1. HOSPITAL SERVICES 2. GP'S OR FAMILY PRACTITIONERS SERVICES 3. LOCAL AUTHORITY OR COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES
WHICH GROUPS OF PEOPLE REMAINED PRIVATE CONTRACTORS TO THE N.H.S? GP'S FAMILY PRACTITIONERS, DENTISTS AND OPTICIANS
WHAT DID THE ARM OF THE N.H.S - LOCAL AUTHORITIES/COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES COVER? ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH, SCHOOL NURSING AND MEDICALS, DISTRICT NURSING, HEALTH VISITING, HOME HELP, AFTERCARE FOR MENTAL ILLNESS, MATERNITY AND CHILD WELFARE CLINICS
WHAT DID THE HOSPITAL SERVICES ARM OF THE N.H.S COVER? MENTAL HEALTH, MENTAL HANDICAPS, HOSPITALS LIKE LENNOX CASTLE AND NURSING HOMES
BETWEEN 1950'S AND 1970'S THE N.H.S DEVELOPED AS 'HOSPITAL-CENTRED HEALTH CARE' WHAT DOES THIS MEAN? MOST OF THE ENERGY AND INVESTMENT WENT ON TREATING ILLNESSES RATHER THAN MAINAINING HEALTH OR PREVENTING ILLNESS AND WAS VIEWED AS A 'NATIONAL SICKNESS SERVICE