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Mind the gap? - NHS continuing care in Wales

June 2016

Click to download a talk that considers the scheme for making NHS Continuing Care eligibility decision in Wales

/assets/brochure-downloads/Thumbnail_-_Mind_The_Gap.JPG This talk by Austin Thornton of Wrigleys looks at the scheme for making eligibility decision in Wales and argues that the National Framework for Implementation in Wales ( June 2014)  lacks clarity and may lead to subjective decision making which will be very hard to challenge.

The talk aims to give practitioners a better understanding of the issues surrounding NHS Continuing Care eligibility and hopefully help with making representations to secure funding. 

If you would like to discuss any aspect of this article further, please contact Austin Thornton on 0114 267 5588.

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The information in this article is necessarily of a general nature. Specific advice should be sought for specific situations. If you have any queries or need any legal advice please feel free to contact Wrigleys Solicitors

 

 June 2016

 

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Austin Thornton

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