Care Act – Integration Cooperation and Partnerships
Integration has been a cornerstone of public policy, particularly across health and social care for many years.
Integration, cooperation and partnership are now a legal requirement for local authorities and should be a priority for all agencies involved in public care, thanks to Care Act 2014 safeguarding guidelines.
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4 reviews for Care Act – Integration Cooperation and Partnerships
The course gives a good understanding of the relevance of good cooperation.
Interesting, informative and enjoyable.
It improved my knowledge about the subject.
very informative and enjoyable.
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