Care Act – Assessment and Eligibility
What is the Care Act 2014? It sets out local authorities’ duties in assessing people’s needs and eligibility for publicly funded support and care. Assessment and eligibility form a crucial part of this. The procedure allows people to understand their situation and access the right support at the right time. It’s a critical intervention in its own right and the key interaction between the individual and their local authority.
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6 reviews for Care Act – Assessment and Eligibility
This is a very interesting course and has given me good knowledge.
I enjoyed the course and thought it was interesting.
The course was interesting and engaging.
I have learned a lot of information about carers and advocates.
Informative course giving an overview of the first contact and identifying need with regards to the introduction of the Care Act..
This has been an interesting course and explained this area well.
I was pleased with the information given on this course. It was shown clearly with graphs and information and was easy to follow.
It was interesting and informative.
Quite enjoyed the fact that the quiz questions made you think.
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