Care Act – Charging and Financial Assessment
The Care Act 2014 (along with its subsequent updates) provides a single legal framework for charging for care and support. It enables local authorities to decide whether or not to charge a person for their care and support needs or for a carer’s support needs.
The new Care Act assessment framework has been designed to make charging fairer and more clearly understood by everyone. Understanding it properly is essential if you work with people in need, whether in the public, private or charity sectors.
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5 reviews for Care Act – Charging and Financial Assessment
Great refresher especially around assets and income. Also made aware that LA can charge admin cost’s for arranging care.
The course improved my knowledge of the subject.
The course was very informative and engaging.
Very informative, providing some good examples.
Very informative – best one so far!
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