This study was enabled by dedicated professionals who have advanced the development of community/day residential care in management, practice, and research in Israel. Many of these leaders were interviewed in preparation for the writing of this article. Their names in alphabetical order are: Dalia Ben-Rabi, Benzion Branch, Haim Cohen, Yael Dori, Edna Galbotzki, Ilana Hasson, Tzvika Hauslich, Rachel Henig, Chana Katz, Tirtza Peled, Netanel Shalemm, Shacar Shuman, Mordecai Vinter, and Shem-Tov Wizman. Special thanks to Bruce Oppenheimer for his careful reading of the manuscript and helpful suggestions.
COLLABORATIVE FAMILY ORIENTED SERVICES
Development and Dissemination of Collaborative Family-Oriented Services: The Case of Community/Day Residential Care in Israel
Article first published online: 16 MAR 2012
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Volume 51, Issue 1, pages 140–156, March 2012
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Elizur, Y. (2012), Development and Dissemination of Collaborative Family-Oriented Services: The Case of Community/Day Residential Care in Israel. Family Process, 51: 140–156. doi: 10.1111/j.1545-5300.2012.01389.x
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