UNIT 1 : CONCEPTS

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Social care, Who pays?, Who decides?
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Entering the world of social care
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Being Ill
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Revision Timetable
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Block 1 : Case Studies
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Block 1 Key Points
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Maslows Hierarchy of needs
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UNIT 2 : CONCEPTS
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UNIT 3 : CONCEPTS
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UNIT 1 : CONCEPTS
1 FAMILY CARERS
1.1 'Look after friend, relative, neighbour because of age, sickness or disability' (Directgov, 2006)
1.1.1 Unpaid - Do not care as professional/career
1.2 Save money - £57billion p/year as care would otherwise have to be delivered through professional workers = salaries
1.2.1 Cost of care otherwise unnafforadble
1.3 Carers (recognition and services) Act 1995 - first to officially recognise work of family carers
1.4 Case study : Ann is a family carer - cares for her father
1.5 Important to identify to give support
1.5.1 Support
1.5.1.1 Carers Allowance
1.5.1.2 Home Responsibility Protection
1.5.2 Complicating factors -duration, -frequency - labelling, -networks
1.5.2.1 Case study : Ann 'wife, mother and daughter' not a 'carer'
2 CARE : WOMAN'S ROLE?
2.1 Tradition
2.2 Men also care, but most do in later life, e.g. caring for wife, do not have the struggle of balancing caring with looking after family and working
2.3 Case study : Ann believes it's a woman's role
3 CHANGING FAMILIES
3.1 Peter Townsend - 'The Family Life of Older People' pub.1957
3.1.1 Major factor in elderly lives - relatives
3.1.1.1 Care reciprocated
3.1.1.1.1 FORBAT: Reciprocation in care relationships (2005)
3.2 Families central to caring but shared responsibility diminished
3.2.1 Greater distances as relatives not close by
3.2.1.1 Smaller families

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