SS4115 integrated Social Work Practice Outline Definition Historical and rationale of integration Model of integration - profession oriented integration - method oriented integration - agencies oriented integration - locality oriented integration
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- profession oriented integration
- method oriented integration
- agencies oriented integration
- locality oriented integration
- client oriented integration
(譯自: 阮曾媛琪, 1992; 社會服務整合化的意義及展望.香港社會工作學報,第二十六卷第一期)
1. Coordination and Integration of the Service Delivery:
Definition: different professions joint together
1. Multi-context intervention and assessment
1. Time consuming
Takes more time to communicate and cooperate with different departments and centres, so more time is consumed in administrative procedures.
1. Actively respond to clients’ needs
1. The quality of work
1. Re-deploying existing resources:Different agencies join in the service can manipulate the resource more efficiency. The flexibility of the service can be increase due to the more resources in used. Service become more faultless which is benefit to our service users.
Agencies oriented integration highlight the issue about cooperating between different agencies. The information, knowledge were interchange within agencies. Due to the cooperation increase, service become diversely and gives more choice to service users. Resources saving with integration that reduce the repetition expenditure on the same resources.
Resources, manpower supported by different agencies save some NGO’s life. They can had more chance to provided service and maintain there competitiveness in the community.
5. Joining professional workers together:such as social worker, psychologist, elderly assessment workers, doctors…etc. therefore, they could provide one stop-service to service users.
1. More complicated cooperation that may take a long time to work with other departments.
2. Takes more time to communicate and cooperate with all the departments and centres.
3. More difficult to allocate resources because there may lack of manpower to proceed the service render provided by the different departments.
1. Same clients but different needs.
2. Different clients but same needs.
1. The Jockey Club Centre for Positive Ageing
Misunderstand the concept of integration
Difference in vision and practice between professions and agencies.
Demand both specific and generic skills of workers.
Worker’s may not have enough knowledge, acceptance and initiative to adopt integration in their practice
Method to face or solve the difficulties
Method to face and solve the difficulties
Funding from the government is limited