|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. http://www.bristol.ac.uk/sps/research/projects/assessing-parental-capacity-to-change/|
|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.|
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|Affiliation:||University of Bristol|
University of Bristol
Social Work CPD - LEGACY
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