The Care and Support (Sight-impaired and Severely Sight-impaired Adults) Regulations 2014 (Statutory Instrument 2014/2854)
Publication Date: 4 December 2014
Authority These regulations are made under section 77 of the Care Act 2014. General Description Section 77 of the Care Act 2014 sets out the requirement on local authorities to establish and maintain a register of adults who are ordinarily resident in their area and are sight-impaired or severely sight-impaired. These regulations specify the persons […]
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