Legislations revision

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Legislations
Protects the rights of both individuals receiving and providng care and states their responsibilities towards society
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The Care Act 2014
Prmotes and individual's wellbeing. Provides 'continuity of care so if an individual moves there isn't a gap in the care they receive
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The Health and Social Care Act 2012
Enables patients to have more control over the care they receive
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The Equality Act 2010
Makes direct and indirect discrimination illegal. Covers victimisation
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The Mental Capacity Act 2005
Capacity is the ability to make a decision.Provides support to individuals to make their own decisions.
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The Children Act 2004
Protects children at risk by putting their needs first and works in partnership with parents.
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The Data Protection Act 1998
Ensures that data is processed lawfully and legally. If any information is wrong or out of date, it is destroyed or updated
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Prmotes and individual's wellbeing. Provides 'continuity of care so if an individual moves there isn't a gap in the care they receive

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The Care Act 2014

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Enables patients to have more control over the care they receive

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Makes direct and indirect discrimination illegal. Covers victimisation

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Capacity is the ability to make a decision.Provides support to individuals to make their own decisions.

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