By Veronica Coulshed
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Som e view them as powerful , a uthor ita ria n figur es a nd a re fearful of the possible interventions which co uld lead , for examp le, to child ren being remove d. In the co ntext of co mmunity ca re and the need to assess resources, the threat to older peopl e th at they ma y have to sell their homes in order to receive a service can be a barrier to open co mm unica tio n. Wh at ever the probl em or co ncern that is brou ght to the socia l wo rk office . if the person is black or fro m a n et hnic minor ity back grou nd their approach will be influence d by a nu m ber of factors linked to structural oppression .
The record registers significant facts, evidence, feelings, decisions , action taken and planned, monitoring, review, evaluation and costing information. It may take the form of a detailed verbatim account, a concise summary of each incident or contact, a proforma/ chart on which to tick or highlight coded information, or it may include lengthy social histories , individual programme plans, community profiles, video/audio material, or any of the tools mentioned earlier in the assessment section .
The adjective 'aggressive' is applied to black clients who Care Management 27 assert their needs for equitable services, yet, as A. Ahmad (1990) shows, white assessment fails to take into account black realities and environments. Thorough assessments actually take a long time, often longer than can be coped with in most busy offices; so some of the problems to do with this funct ion may also to related to worker stress as well as ignorance. Such experiences also affect users' attitudes to assessments .