Integration has been a cornerstone of public policy, particularly across health and social care for many years. The Care Act 2014 now makes integration, cooperation and partnership a legal requirement on Local authorities and on all agencies involved in public care.
Everyone whose needs are met by the local authority, whether those needs are eligible, or if the authority has chosen to meet other needs, must receive a personal budget as part of the care and support plan, or support plan.
The aim of the course is to ensure that all managers have the knowledge, confidence and skills to manage staff who are experiencing stress and ensure that workplaces create a culture where the causes of stress are identified and addressed using the Health and Safety Executive NI’s Six Stress Management Standards.
This course provides an introduction to, and an overview of, part one of the Care Act 2014 and its statutory guidance. The course is designed to help those involved in care and support services to understand and implement the Act.
In an increasingly divided world, is the sustainable development goal of peace, justice and strong institutions just an impossible dream?
This World Café Conversation will explore all these issues and more. With input from key speakers on conflict and peacebuilding, we will explore how we can respond locally, nationally and internationally to the increasing divisions in the world around us. And perhaps most importantly we will consider what, if anything, we can do personally to build a more peaceful world.
The local authority is under an ongoing duty to keep the person’s plan under review generally, and to ensure that their needs continue to be met; they will review the plan periodically, involving the person and agreeing any necessary changes.