FREE LINK to a webinar on the Care Act Judicial Reviews, so far!

I doubt that it has escaped the notice of this blog’s followers that I’m involved in starting a social and health care specialist legal advice charity called CASCAIDr.

If you tweet, go to CASCAIDr’s aims and story and please plan to follow @CASCAIDr before the end of the month.

It will launch in January, and hopefully make some of what is covered here, travel quite a bit further, and maybe even stick where it matters most – and I am very excited – scared witless, but committed, driven, working all hours and ageing visibly by the minute…but thrilled to be given the go ahead.

We have to make money first though, in order not to run out of steam before we make any impact at all.

So, on 8th December, midway through #CASCAIDr’s pre-opening fundraising campaign, I’m offering a free 1.5 hr webinar, on the Oxfordshire and Merton cases (all about how councils MUST behave during assessment and care planning, if the outcomes are to be lawful).

The aim is to empower and enable people needing social care services, their advocates and their relatives to wise up, and become legally literate enough to ensure that they get their just deserts – their full legal entitlement.

The webinar is free to anyone who can attend online on the day. It’s interactive and the sound will work if you have good broadband and a sound card in your laptop.

The RECORDING of the event will cost £50 for anyone who wants one afterwards, and will play for as many times as you need, but I will be donating ALL the proceeds to the charity. And getting gift aid on top, courtesy of our wonderful government…

If anyone would like to make further donations, I will not say No, of course – and there will be a link to our button on the day, on this blog post.

So, please do diarise now. 8th December 11am-12.30pm.

Here is the registration link for getting admission to the webinar: Registration link for Care Act JRs free webinar

Belinda Schwehr

About Belinda Schwehr

Belinda has been a lawyer (both a barrister and then a solicitor advocate), a law lecturer at a university, and a trainer and consultant specialising in Adults' Social Care legal framework issues. She first became interested in social care law when the Gloucestershire case was running between 1995 and 1997, never having met a real live social worker, before that point! She regards social care as the most interesting field of law she has ever been associated with, combining aspects of public law, the regulation of power, economics, management skills, EU law, procurement, criminal law, incapacity law, land law and contract, and doesn't expect ever to tire of the stuff. If the Care Act is going to be the last word on it, however, she would like to think it was worth all that sitting there and getting fatter whilst thinking about how it should all hang together! She does glass craftwork and house renovations for a hobby, has one son in his twenties, and about 5000 online friends... soon to be 50,000, with any luck!

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