Briefing: Care Act implications for safeguarding adults
Local authorities (LAs) Since 2000 and the publication of “No Secrets” the local authority has been required to take a leading coordinating role with all relevant organisations on safeguarding adults in its area, the Care Act now places this in primary legislation for the first time.
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