Care Act – Care and Support Planning
The Care Act 2016 updates the Care Act 2014, which was introduced to ensure a person-centred approach to care planning as a legal requirement for local authorities. An awareness of the principles of the Care Act is crucial for you if you’re working in any role in health and social care.
As we live longer, care is becoming a greater burden on carers and professional providers. To lighten the load and provide better, more tailored care at the same time, the idea of person-centred care has become key to care and support planning.
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6 reviews for Care Act – Care and Support Planning
Very good and interesting, informative and easy to follow
This course has given me the knowledge and confidence to prepare Person Centred Care and Support Plans. It was very informative without bombarding with too much information!
The course has improved my knowledge of the subject.
Very well presented and simple at the same time.
The course was clear and very helpful.
A great informative course
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