The Care Act received royal assent on 14 May 2014 and has been described as ‘the most significant reform of care and support in more than 60 years’. Not only does it aim to increase transparency and improve the quality of care, it will ensure that those who require care have control over the support which they and their carers receive.
One of the biggest concerns identified and addressed by the Care Act 2014 is how people will pay for care. Until recently clients have been faced with the prospect of losing their savings and even their homes in order pay for the care they require. The Act will introduce a limit on the amount that someone must pay towards the cost of their care and this course will discuss how the Act will operate in practice and how best to advise your clients regarding paying for the care they require.
During this course experienced lecturer Caroline Bielanska will discuss the following topics:
On completion of this course you will:
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