Non-residential assessment of children referred to social services departments report of a project to follow up the implications of the DHSS Working Party Report on Observation and Assessment. by Great Britain. Department of Health and Social Security. Social Work Service. Development Group.

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OVERALL DUTY OF ASSESSMENT. Local authority social services departments assess people aged 18 years or over under s of the NHS and Community Care Act In order to gain services set out in other legislation, people need to ‘get through’ this assessment process, which therefore serves as a gateway.

Respite/Short-term placements are charged under non-residential charging rules up to a maximum of £ per week depending on the result of the financial assessment. It should be noted that you could be charged £ for one night’s Respite/Short-term care in a charging week due to the cost of the service provided.

He’s been in there now for years, he has run up a bill of £53, ooo but we haven’t paid a penny to the Local Authority as I have requested an NHS Continuing Healthcare assessment on numerous occasions, mainly when social services threaten my mother with the sherrifs, and as far as I am aware no assessment has been undertaken.

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– negligence 13–4 – NHS 7–8 – risk assessment and management 19 – social services 2–7 – training 75–8 levers 55–6 liaison policies 69 lifting – inflatable devices –9. Policy guidance (which social services departments must comply with other than in exceptional circumstances) deals with the scope of the act, assessments, service provision and direct payments.

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