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Kings Chambers has extensive experience and an establishedreputation across the entire scope of community care law. The team hasexperience in advising and representing local authorities, disabledpeople, their carers on a wide range of issues including:
- community care assessments;
- changes to care provision;
- charging for community care services;
- unsuitable accommodation;
- welfare benefits;
- closure of residential care homes and hospitals;
- charging issues;
- disputes between social services authorities and health authorities;
- the formulation of local authority policy and eligibility criteria;
- Fair Access to Care Services and Fairer Charging Policies for Home Care;
- Issuesarising out of the Health and Social Care Act 2001, the Carers andDisabled Children Act 2000 and the Children Leaving Care Act 2000.
Kings Chambers provides a training programme for this area through the
Kings Community Care and Disability Rights Association (KCCDRA).
All enquiries relating to this area and the KCCDRA should be made to Bill Brown.
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