Staff who stay need support

Parish, Colin
April 2013
Learning Disability Practice;Apr2013, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p3
Academic Journal
The author reflects on the continuity of care for residents and the support for the staff at the healthcare units of Castleback Care, care and rehabilitation service provider, after it went into administration with a debt of 250 million pounds in Great Britain.


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