Care Act – Deferred Payments
Deferring payment can help people to delay the need to sell their home (or other assets) and provide peace of mind during a time that can be challenging (or even a crisis point) for them and their loved ones as they make the transition into residential care. This course covers all you need to know about this process.
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The course was very in-depth.
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The course greatly improved my knowledge of the subject.
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Growing up is hard. Within the Care Act, the term “transition” is used to refer to the progression from childhood to adulthood. It’s an essential part of human life and experience and the transition to adulthood (t2a) can be a time of celebration and change. But it can also be a huge challenge for young people, especially as the world has changed so much for them from the one which their parents or families grew up in.£20.00 Per license (Exc VAT) Add to basket
Local authorities have a duty to inform the person which, if any, of their needs may be met by a direct payment and provide appropriate information and advice on how to use and manage direct payments. This course covers direct payments, how they can be set up and a range of considerations around the subject.£15.00 Per license (Exc VAT) Add to basket
The local authority is under an ongoing duty to keep the person’s plan under review generally, and to ensure that their needs continue to be met. Plans are reviewed periodically, involving the person concerned and agreeing any necessary changes. Learn about the different reviews and car and support plans with this short, informative course.£10.00 Per license (Exc VAT) Add to basket
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