Micro‐provision of Social Care Support for Marginalized Communities – Filling the Gap or Building Bridges to the Mainstream?

Abstract

As English social care services reconstruct themselves in response to the personalization agenda, there is increased interest in the contribution of micro-providers - very small community-based organizations, which can work directly with individuals. These micro-providers are assumed to be able to cater for the 'seldom heard' groups which have been… (More)

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@inproceedings{Needham2015MicroprovisionOS, title={Micro‐provision of Social Care Support for Marginalized Communities – Filling the Gap or Building Bridges to the Mainstream?}, author={Catherine Needham and Sarah Carr}, booktitle={Social policy & administration}, year={2015} }