This subject critically analyses theories and strength-based frameworks informing case management practice. Case management is a widely accepted and effective model of practice in health, human services and other community-based sectors supporting people with complex needs. This subject will examine the generic skills used in case management and their application by a range of disciplines to diverse contexts and the contributions this can make.This subject explores the diverse contexts where case management is delivered including, but not limited to, the disability sector, consumer directed care and commissioning frameworks and how these contexts impact on the delivery of this model of practice.
School of Humanities and Social Sciences
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