Retrospect and Prospect: What are the future possibilities in the Care Act (2014) for older parent-carers of adults with learning disabilities? A discussion Paper.
AffiliationUniversity of Chester; Edge Hill University
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AbstractBuilding on this previous research and the practice background of both authors, this paper aims to identify and then explore potential new opportunities and possible challenges brought about by the introduction of the Care Act 2014 for older parent-carers of adults with learning disabilities. By considering some of the themes that had emerged in this earlier research, set within the then current legislative and political landscape (2006), this paper aims to provide a retrospective and prospective analysis of the legal and policy context within which service delivery to this group takes place, such as to orient thinking regarding the role and function of law and policy in relation to the delivery of services to this and, potentially, other carer-groupings. Plans for future research to develop further these areas will also be discussed.
CitationGant, V., & Bates, C. (2017). Retrospect and prospect: What are the future possibilities in the Care Act (2014) for older parent-carers of adults with learning disabilities? Journal of Health and Social Care Improvement, 1(2), 15-26.
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