Care Act – Introduction and Overview
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.
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8 reviews for Care Act – Introduction and Overview
It was a very good introduction, giving a good brief of the Care Act.
I thought the course had enough content and information, in brief, to ensure I have a better understanding of the changes coming in under the Care Act 2014.
It gave me a lot of information in a relatively simple way and was repetitive in a way that wasn’t boring but that built up your learning.
I thought the course covered all the main points and explained in detail why the Care Act was put in place.
I found the course interesting and a good way to find out more about The Care Act 2014. The course was informative and I know more now than I did from reading fact-sheets etc.
Very good and easy explanations and understanding of the care act given.
I now have more understanding of the Care Act. Really in-depth course, very helpful and broke it down which was excellent and easier to understand.
I found the course very informative and gained further knowledge and understanding of the care act. I feel I have been able to understand and learn a lot about the Care Act.
The course was interesting and provided a good overview of the care Act , it was useful to look at all sections of the Act in detail.
Very useful and informative, a good introduction and leaves you feeling you want to know more about The Care Act.
There was a good mix of questions and information and videos to try and present the information in different ways.
Good to have in 3 parts so can do at different times. Did learn more about the Care Act.
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