Kirsten Stalker, Margaret Malloch, Monica Barry and June Watson
Social Work Research Centre, University of Stirling
ISBN 978 0 7559 6542 7 (Web only publication)
ISSN 0950 2254
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Chapter One Introduction
Chapter Two Literature and Policy Review
Chapter Three An Overview of LAC Posts in Scotland
Chapter Four Case Studies: Dundee and Argyll and Bute
Chapter Five Case Studies: Stirling and Midlothian
Chapter Six Day to Day Working
Chapter Seven Role Definition, Accountability, Support and Future Development
Chapter Eight Managers' Perspectives on LAC
Chapter Nine Alternatives to LAC - Views of Authorities without LAC
Chapter Ten Conclusions and Implications for Policy and Practice
Annex One Methods
Annex Two Information Gathering Form
Annex Three Interview Schedule - Local Area Co-Ordinators
Annex Four Interview Schedule - Managers in Authorities with Local Area Co-Ordinators
Annex Five Interview Schedule - Managers in Authorities without Local Area Co-Ordination
Annex Six The Ten Principles of LAC
Annex Seven A Day in the Life of a Local Area Co-Ordinator
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