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Transition from children’s to adults’ services – key resources

Part of Care Act 2014

Pulls together all the existing resources, policy documents and initiatives that relate to transition from children’s to adults’ services. This resource covers three cross-cutting themes: becoming an adult and achieving independence; changes in the actual services used; and explicit duties in relation to the Care Act 2014 and the Children and Families Act 2014.

Care Act: assessment and eligibility: process map

Part of Care Act 2014

A draft process map providing an overall guide to assessment and eligibility under the Care Act 2014. The process map illustrates concepts that local authorities must consider throughout all stages of the process. Stages covered in the process map include: mental capacity; advocacy and participation support; impact on the family and carers (whole family approach); safeguarding; strength-based approach; proportionate and appropriate assessment; information-gathering' urgent need and meeting urgent care needs; signposting and prevention; individuals and carers with support needs; needs and carers assessment; needs, outcomes and impact on wellbeing; national minimum thresholds for eligibility; and ineligible needs. Each stage contains information on core duties; a description of the process; links to relevant sections in the Care Act 2014; links to guidance; and links to other resources.

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