The Care Act – a training course that considers implementation and changes to social care
The Care Act 2014 introduces new responsibilities and implications for local authorities, safeguarding boards, adult care providers, people who use services, carers and their advocates. It is the most significant change to social care in over 60 years. The Care Act 2014 consolidates all existing care and support legislation into a single legal framework known as the Care Act 2014. It aims to create a care and support system based on well-being, needs and goals.
The Care Act further sets out new rights for carers, puts an emphasis on prevention rather than cure, and introduces a national eligibility threshold for care and support.
Here at Guardian Angels Training our social care experts have developed a training course that will help Local Authorises, Safeguarding Boards, and Registered Care Providers alike to understanding the responsibilities and consider their approach to the Care Act implementation and changes to their practice.
All our Care Act training will be delivered bespoke to your setting and requirements. We do not offer “off-the-shelf” training courses, however, typical Care Act training contact includes:
- Introduction and overview of the Care Act 2014
- Information and advice
- First contact and identifying needs
- Charging and financial assessment
- Person centred care and support planning
- Transition to adulthood
- Partnerships, cooperation and integration
Key Care Act 2014 changes and themes will also be considered during our bespoke Care Act Training, such as:
- Information and Prevention
- Assessment and Eligibility
- Continuity of Care
- Continuity of Care at Transition
- Promote Diverse and Quality Care Services
- New Model of Paying for Care
- Integration and Co-operation
Should you require further information on our Care Act training courses or wish to book then please contact us to discuss your requirements either via telephone or email.