Care Act – Independent Advocacy
The aim of the duty to provide independent advocacy is to enable people who have substantial difficulty in being involved in these local authority processes to be supported in that involvement as fully as possible, and where necessary to be represented by an advocate who speaks on their behalf.
This e-learning course covers all of the key points surrounding Independent Advocacy, providing learners with a sound knowledge of the topic.
6 reviews for Care Act – Independent Advocacy
Very easy to follow and the key points are put in a way that they are easily remembered.
The course was informative and easy to listen to/read through. I also like the links to the full care act for easier access.
I like the way it was broken up into sections with informative pieces, questions and videos this provided more engaging learning
Good easy to understand and follow, informative.
I found it very informative and interesting. Thank you.
Very easy to progress through information presented in an easy to follow and understand.
I found that the refresher guides were extremely helpful and used in conjunction with the e-learning.
I found this course interesting and very informative. I found it easy to use and navigate.
I found the course to be very informative and learnt a great deal.
I found the course interesting and it will help in my everyday practice
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