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You should be fully involved in the preparation of your care plan, and you and anyone else you request should also get a written copy.The care plan must set out: It’s worth remembering that if there are different options that would meet your assessed needs equally well, the local authority can choose what it believes are the most cost-effective options.The first is improving the experience for people who don’t have a lot of content available to see.Previously, we had rules in place to prevent you from seeing multiple posts from the same source in a row. Now if you run out of content, but want to spend more time in News Feed, you’ll see more.This may seem counterintuitive but it actually makes sense: News Feed has controls for the number of ads a person sees and for the quality of those ads (based on engagement, hiding ads, etc.), but those same controls haven’t been as closely monitored for promotional Page posts.
The review looks at whether the outcomes identified in the care plan are being met.
These draft regulations and guidance relate to the care and support reforms and provisions in the Care Act which come into effect in April 2015. The consultation document sets out a summary of the policies that the regulations and guidance relate to and the questions we would welcome views and evidence on.
It should be read alongside the draft regulations and guidance.
It should also review these goals to make sure they’re still appropriate (and for instance, that your care and support needs haven’t changed), and check that any risk assessments are up to date.
If, after the review, it is clear that things have changed that affect the detail within the care plan, then the local authority will conduct a revision of the plan.