LAG Community Care Conference

Date: Friday 05 December 2014

Time: 9:00 - 17:15

Location: Resource for London, 356 Holloway Road, London, N7 6PA

Speakers: Alison Pickup

CPD: 6

Fee: £250 + VAT

LAG's 2014 conference brings together leading law and policy experts to discuss important developments - the legal and practice implications of the Care Act 2014 both in general terms and in relation to specific new duties it imposes, and the Law Commission's project to review DOLS and make recommendations for how deprivation of liberty should be authorised and supervised in hospitals, care homes and community settings.

Sessions Include:

• The Care Act 2014: good, bad or indifferent?
• Mental capacity and deprivation of liberty.
•The new care landscape for adults who fail the eligibility hurdle and for carers

Delegates will be able to attend one master class from each session:

Session A: 

  • Public law challenges for disabled children and families
  • The future of paying for care
  • Community care and people from abroad

Session B:

  • Human Rights after McDonald v UK
  • Accountability and access to public law remedies
  • Best practice in Health and Welfare applications in the Court of Appeal 

Download the programme and booking form.

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