Single Shared Assessments in social work
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Authors: Parker, J.
© 2015 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.. This article examines single shared assessments in social work practice, promoted as a means of reducing duplication, cutting bureaucracy, providing a single lead point across services for assessment, and addressing the needs of people who use human services. The development of the single shared assessment process and its location with social work assessment, policy, and legislation in the United Kingdom is described and the technology is critiqued.