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The Government is currently in the process of reforming the Care Act for 2015/16, and is inviting you to comment and give your input to ensure that when the act is passed it makes a difference to the lives of those affected.

Until the 15th August 2014, the public is free to give their opinion on the guidance and regulations for the different sections of the Act. This is part of an initiative by the Department of Health to create a collaborative approach between themselves and those working within social care.

Have you had your say?


If you’re working in adult social care, you are uniquely placed to make informed suggestions on the Care Act guidance. Your perspective is important and can help influence the policy making that will shape the future of social care.

The Act encompasses all areas of care and covers topics that are important to you and your role, from identifying needs and eligibility to support planning, financial assessment, adult safeguarding and the significance of continuity of care.

While the views of those receiving care are imperative, many will find themselves in a position where they are unable to voice their opinion. This is an opportunity for those who know best to speak up on their behalf and give a real insight into the importance of social care.

For more information visit https://careandsupportregs.dh.gov.uk/

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