|Appears in Collections:||Faculty of Social Sciences Manuals|
|Title:||C-Change Capacity to Change Assessment Manual - Scottish Version|
|Citation:||Platt D, Riches K & Helm D (2016) C-Change Capacity to Change Assessment Manual - Scottish Version. Bristol: University of Bristol.|
|Publisher:||University of Bristol|
|Abstract:||The C-Change assessment process was developed for use primarily by social workers, as part of the work of a Knowledge Exchange Opportunities Scheme project funded by the Economic and Social Research Council in England. The principles behind the assessment are suitable for use in other professional areas, and multi-disciplinary approaches to the assessment are to be welcomed. This version of the assessment manual has been designed specifically to support practice in Scotland.|
|Rights:||Except where otherwise stated, copyright in all materials including the Handbook resides with the University of Bristol or its licensors. © University of Bristol, 2016. The handbook [C-Change Capacity to Change Assessment Manual - Scottish Version] (the“Handbook”) may be downloaded, viewed and printed for personal, non-commercial use or for internal non-commercial circulation within your organisation provided that: • No trademark, copyright or other proprietary notices contained in or that appear on the material are removed and the University of Bristol is attributed as the copyright owner. For the avoidance of doubt, the Handbook may not be reproduced in whole or in part or exploited for commercial gain; • No material may be altered in any way without the University’s written consent.|
|Affiliation:||University of Bristol|
University of Bristol
Social Work CPD
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