The Care Act

The Care Act 2014 put safeguarding adults work into law for the first time; established a national eligibility threshold for access to care; introduced rights to advocacy for people who would otherwise struggle to be involved in assessments and other processes; and gave new rights to carers to assessment and support. At the same time, it consolidated all the pre-existing law on adult social care into one place, rid it of old-fashioned and discriminatory language and modernised it in line with the current emphasis on personalisation, prevention and integration.”

Community Care, April 2016
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