Ill health

E. McLeod, Paul Bywaters

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    Abstract

    “Recipients of social care services are likely to be among the most socially disadvantaged and most will have a long-term debilitating illness or disability” (Marmot, 2010, p.159). Evidence of this double jeapordy has been reported for looked-after children and care leavers, mental health survivors, older people and people with learning disabilities. Service users are also over-represented in groups liable to receive inferior treatment or care when ill. However, the association between service users’ ill health, poor access to treatment and adverse social circumstances remains neglected as a focus for social work.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationThe Blackwell Companion to Social Work
    EditorsM. Davies
    Place of PublicationHoboken
    PublisherWiley
    Pages159-166
    Volume4th Edition
    ISBN (Print)9781118451724, 9781118451779
    Publication statusPublished - 2013

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    Keywords

    • social work
    • health

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