Goldsmiths Centre, 42 Britton St, London EC1M 5AD
Thursday 19 March 2015 | 9.30am Registration for 10am start | 5.5 CPD Points
The Care Act 2014 is the most significant change to the legal landscape for adult social care since the welfare state was established. With the Act coming into force on 1 April 2014, it is vital that lawyers and practitioners have a clear understanding of its central provisions. This full-day training course, delivered by leading community care barristers at Monckton Chambers, will survey the whole of Part 1 of the Act and the new duties in relation to care and support that it introduces. Key questions to be covered include:
- The well-being principle – a game changer in the approach to adult social care?
- The new national eligibility framework – will more disabled people now be eligible for care and support?
- Support for carers – are carer’s rights now meaningful for the first time?
- Safeguarding – will the new framework keep people safe while respecting rights?
- Advocacy – will the new right to advocacy make sure disabled people’s voices are heard?
The training will be delivered by Ian Wise QC and Steve Broach. Ian and Steve are both highly ranked in the legal directories as specialists in adult social care. They acted together for the Claimant in R (KM) v Cambridgeshire CC, the first time that the Supreme Court considered the previous adult social care law. Both Ian and Steve have extensive experience of delivering training that makes complex areas of law accessible to lawyers and non-lawyers.
- Session 1 – Well-being principle and other key general duties; provider failure and market oversight; transition from children’s services
- Session 2 – Assessment and eligibility – disabled people and carers
- Session 3 – Care planning, personal budgets and direct payments; ordinary residence and continuity of care
- Session 4 – Charging, advocacy, safeguarding
Please click to download the Care Act Training flyer.
- £150 plus VAT for lawyers in private practice and staff of organisations with turnover in excess of £100k
- £50 plus VAT for other individuals and staff of organisations with turnover under £100k
To register for this event, please click here: https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/date/147705
For more information, please contact Caroline Sweeney on email@example.com on 020 7405 7211.