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Document Typology: Newspaper / Magazine article
Methodology addressed by the publication:Parents pedagogy
Title of document: Short Notes on Long Term Care.
Name of author(s): Helena Woleková
Name of publisher: In: Sociální práca/Sociálna práca, roč. 3/2011, s. 40-41. ISSN 1213-6204
Language of the publication: Slovak
Language of the review: English
Some facts on long term care are introduced from the deinstitutionalization point of view and commercial approach of the providers. In this article Helena Wolekova describe about differences between approaches to long term care in public and provate instotuions, about state politics in Slovakia in this area, about legislative approach and other practical information. This article is one the not so much article about long term care services in Slovakia. Wolekova compare slovak and czech approachies in this field and explane them and gove best practices in this field.
Reviewer's comments on the document:
Very useful magazine article for the project in magazine Social work which is published in Slovak and Czech Republic and in both languages. Long term care is very important in every day work for in public and private institutions. Mrs. Woplekova is one if the best and well-known expert in the field of social care for her analytical work, for her plitical and legislative workin this field and legislature development and also for her practical work and movement of non-government organization development,
presents in this web-publication analytical data, possible suggestions and solutions in the field of social care and for the situation in the social care in Slovakia.
She is tireless fighter for the joined services (social and health care) in the name of integrative service for the patient or the person in need of care whether it is nursing or social care.
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