Carers Rights Day is coming up; join us to find out about Parent Carer Assessments and Social Care Funding with expert, Luke Clements.
Carer’s rights and social care with Professor Luke Clements: parent carers
If you’re an adult caring for a disabled child, this is a chance for an expert insight into social care and carers assessments for parent carers.
We’re focusing on carers’ rights this week, so we’re delighted to have Luke Clements, a widely known and respected campaigner for carers rights, with us again. Luke Clements is Cerebra Professor of Law and Social Justice at the School of Law, Leeds University, a solicitor himself, and author of many books on social care including ‘Carer’s Rights and the Care Act’.
Luke will focus on Social Care and other related issues.
Introduction by Jamie Gault, CEO of Action for Carers.
Assessing the needs of disabled children and their adult carers
Determining eligibility: disabled children and their adult carers
Care Plans and support options
Challenging inadequate / reduced care packages
Transitions into adulthood and the changing rights of disabled children and their adult carers
Institutionalising Parent Carer Blame
To cover as many questions as possible, please let us have your questions in advance: email [email protected]
This will be a video meet-up using Zoom and is open to all our registered carers although spaces are limited.
If you’ve not used Zoom before, we have a handy guide below which will talk you through it.
If you’d like to join us, simply fill in the ‘I am interested in this event’ form below and we’ll come back to you as soon as we can – spaces are limited though and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.