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Education Welfare Service


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Education Welfare Service

Education Welfare Service

Young People with Complex Needs: Designing Coordinated Interventions to Promote Resilience across Child Welfare, Juvenile Corrections, Mental Health and Education Services

PRICHARD, Norman (George Mollett) (1895 - 1972), Member: Greater London Council; Inner London Education Authority; Vice-Chairman, Greater London Conference on Old People’s Welfare, since 1966; Hon. Superintendent, Battersea Special Services, (a mission founded by Rev. A. G. Prichard, 1908)

Support for Asylum-Seekers: A Guide to Legal and Welfare Rights, Second Edition, Sue Willman, Stephen Knafler and Stephen Pierce, Great Britain, LAG Education and Service Trust Limited, 2004, pp. xlviii + 739, ISBN 1 903307 24 4, £39.00

Cohen, Henry (1900 - 1977), DL Lancs, JP; Chancellor of Hull University since 1970; Hon. Fellow, Jesus College, Cambridge; Hon. Master of the Bench, Inner Temple; Professor of Medicine, University of Liverpool, 1934–65; Consulting Physician, Royal Infirmary, Liverpool, since 1924; President: Royal Society of Health, since 1958; Assoc. Study of Med. Educn; Internat. Acad. Hist. of Med.; (Life), Inst. of Health Education; Liverpool Playhouse, since 1961; Nat. Children’s Bureau, since 1965; Children’s Research Fund; (Life) Brit. Soc. History of Medicine; Assoc. of Sea and Airport Health Authorities, since 1965; Assoc. of Medical Secretaries, UK, since 1968; Hon. Pres., Internat. Congress of History and Medicine, 1972; Vis. Prof. of Med., NY State Univ., 1958; McGill Univ., Montreal, 1959; Chairman: Central Health Services Council, 1957–63; Standing Medical Advisory Cttee, Ministry of Health, 1948–63; several cttees and jt-cttees (Min. of Health), including Gen. Practice, Prescribing, Mental Nursing, Epilepsy, Welfare Foods, Poliomyelitis, Health Educn, Operational Research in Pharmaceutical Service, Safety of Drugs; Flour Panel, Ministry of Food, 1955; Jt-Cttee MRC and Nuffield Trust on Cortisone; RCP on Nomenclature; UK Foundation WHO; Advisory Res. Bd, Spastics Soc.; Advisory Panel on Medical History, Wellcome Trust

 

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(EWS)

A service which acts on behalf of the local authority to ensure that parents fulfil their legal obligation to provide their child with an appropriate education. Its officers, known as education welfare officers (EWOs), education social workers, or attendance advisers, work with families and with schools to address cases of persistent truancy and other problems of non‐attendance. Parents or carers can be served with a notice or school attendance order if EWOs discover a child is not receiving an education. EWOs also support families of pupils who have encountered difficulties at school, or where home circumstances are causing disruption to the child's education.

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