Webinar: care plans and advocacy rights under the Care Act 2014
Author: Community Care Inform Adults
Publication Date: 3 March 2016
Photo: John Birdsall/Rex Shutterstock
This webinar sets out the key areas of knowledge that social care professionals require in relation to councils’ duties to review care plans and arrange independent advocacy, under the Care Act. Delivered by leading legal trainer Belinda Schwehr, it examines some of the areas where local authority practitioners are going wrong in relation to their advocacy […]
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