One Specific Past Recording

One Specific Past Recording


These products are the recorded webinars from the 2016/2017 Care and Health Series. The law in them is reliably stated for a year or so, in Belinda’s estimation, unless cases come along in the meantime.
Purchasers can buy any one at a time, for a premium price, if they do not want the whole series x 12 or x 18, and these versions will open up 6 times per purchase. So you can experiment with the technology once or twice, and then show the webinar in a large group session say once every 4 months.
The topic content is listed for the particular session once you have clicked on the dropdown for your chosen topic.

NB the series purchases represent much better value if you are an organisation with lots of staff or partners!


Additional information

Course Name

Advocacy, Assessment and Eligibility – service users, Advocacy, Assessment and Eligibility – carers, Deprivation of liberty in non-DoLS settings, Indicative personal budgets prior to planning, Lawful Care Planning (service users) and Support Planning (Carers), Choice of Accommodation and Top-Ups, Direct Payments ‘pros’ and ‘cons’, Continuing Ordinary Residence, and Continuity, Persons from Abroad (NRPF) and the Care Act, Continuing Health Care, Homelessness, Housing and the Care Act, Children and Families Interface, Safeguarding and the Care Act, Warehousing and Cost-Capping, Reviews, Re-assessment and Revisions, Section 117 Mental Health Act and the interface with the Care Act, Commissioning and the Care Act – for commissioners and providers, Public Law and MCA case law update 2016-17, Advice, Information, Prevention and Equipment

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