Care Act

 
 

Care Act Advocacy

 
 
The Care Act 2014 says that some people are legally entitled to have an advocate to support them to understand and participate in their health and social care assessments, support plans, reviews or safeguarding enquiries.

A person may be entitled to a Care Act advocate if:

• They would find it difficult to be actively involved in their care and support plans without an advocate

• They do not already have someone suitable who can help

A Care Act advocate is independent, qualified and experienced in understanding the health and social care system.

Click here for Care Act advocacy guidelines
Click here for a Care Act referral form
Click here for Care Act fact sheets
Click here for Care Act easy read information

 

 

Success Stories

Here are a selection of recent Care Act Advocacy success stories.

* Personal details have been changed to maintain confidentiality

Click here for Lee’s Success Story
Click here for Grace’s Success Story
Click here for Josie’s Success Story
Click here for Debbie’s Success Story
Click here for Amy’s Success Story