Conference on standards


Posted on December 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

A major conference which aims to ease uncertainty and apprehension about the impact of the Care Standards Act is being held in London on Wednesday, February 27. Organised by Caring Times and LesterAldridge Solicitors, the timing of this conference and the carefully selected content of the speakers¹ addresses are designed to provide the most appropriate and up-to-date information on the impact on care homes of the new care legislation, including the Care Standards Act 2000, National Minimum Standards, the Care Homes Regulations and the transitional arrangements from the Registered Homes Act 1984 to the Care Standards Act. Many of the regulations governing the implementation of the Care Standards Act have only been very recently finalised and the timing of the conference is designed to enable mature consideration of the issues raised in the final form of the legislation. The keynote speech will be given by Anne Parker, chair of the National Care Standards Commission, who will bring delegates up-to-date with th





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