Care Act – Direct Payments
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.
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How much do you know about the Care Act? The Act, which was established in 2014, sets out local authorities' duties in assessing people's needs and funding and support eligibility. It’s a crucial consideration for anyone looking to understand the modern provision of care. This course provides an comprehensive introduction to, and an overview of, part one of the Care Act 2014 guidance. It’s designed to help you understand and implement the Act if you’re involved in care and support services.£20.00 Per license (Exc VAT) Add to basket
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