What the Care Act means for Carers

SKMBT_C28015070308580The Care Act replaces most current law regarding carers and people being cared for.

It outlines the way in which local authorities should carry out Carer’s assessments and needs assessments; how local authorities should determine who is eligible for support; the new obligations on local authorities; and how local authorities should charge for both residential care and community care.

The Care Act is mainly for adults in need of care and support, and their adult carers. There are some provisions for the transition of children in need of care and support, parent carers of children in need of care and support, and young carers. However the main provisions for these groups (before transition) are in the Children and Families Act.

For more information visit Carers UK and their list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).

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