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The Care Act 2014 and its statutory guidance: briefing for the housing support sector

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FOUNDATIONS

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Foundations

Publication year:

2015

This briefing summarises the implications of the Care Act and its statutory guidance for commissioners and providers of Home Improvement Agency services in England in relation to housing and adaptations. It looks particularly at the role of housing related services to help in preventing or delaying demand for larger packages of care and support and help in integrating the whole system. Sections cover: prevention; advice and information; integration; assessments and eligibility criteria. (Edited publisher abstract)


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