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The Care Act 2014

The Care Act 2014
Wellbeing in Practice

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Learning Matters
Providing key legislation information to all social work students, this essential guidebook takes a step-by-step approach through the Care Act 2014 by drawing on all the popular features of the the Transforming Social Work Practice Series to support student learning. Features include focusing on a single, unifying piece of legislation while implementing research and other evidence in social work practice

Tim Spencer-Lane
Chapter 1: Overview of the Care Act 2014
John Crossland
Chapter 2: Assessing need and providing care and support
Suzy Braye and Michael Preston-Shoot
Chapter 3: Safeguarding Adults
Laura Pritchard-Jones
Chapter 4: Interface with the Mental Capacity Act 2005
Simon Abbott
Chapter 5: Interface with the Mental Health Acts 1983/2007
Jill Manthorpe
Chapter 6: Services for carers
Imogen Taylor
Chapter 7: Caring: a personal perspective
Mark Holloway
Chapter 8: Planning for Long-Term Care
Alison Brammer and Forough Ramezankhah
Chapter 9: Asylum Seekers and refugees
Cath Holmstrom
Chapter 10: Transitions to adult social care
Vic Citarella and Margaret Flynn
Chapter 11: Strategic Planning and market shaping
Peter Beresford and Colin Slasberg
Chapter 12: Learning from the perspectives of people who use care and support services
Jill Manthorpe
Chapter 13: Reflections: Social Work within the Care Act 2014

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