Unitization and social work in institutional programs for mentally retarded persons
Unitization as a philosophy, method and model has been thrust upon the institutional scene and yet there has been limited theoretical and practice material produced which indicate its full implications and meaning for the professional and the resident. Social work experience is examined and the current response is perceived as one of role innovation induced by structural changes in the delivery of services and the changing 'pathology of services'.
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Schreiber, M., "Unitization and social work in institutional programs for mentally retarded persons" (1976). Kean Publications. 2899.