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Social Care Reactions in Accordance to the Government Policy Proposals

Some individuals are affected by different forms of impairments from birth while some developmental health condition or impairments during the course of their working life. As a result, they end up using care and support in order to try and maintain their activities as well as independent lives. Majority of these people as they grow older become frail and hence they rely more on the care and the support from others.The UK government has shown that they are well committed to ensuring that the lives of the people that require care needs are improved.&nbsp.

With regards to the White paper, the new vision that has been set up by the organization is that of well-improved care as well as a support system that will aim at empowering families, individuals, and communities on how to plan for their future. As a result, this will aim at increasing the standards of care which are focused on the need of each individual together with their careers. The Coalition Government realized the importance of having a reform on policy with regards to care and support.

In May 2010, the government that was in power realized the importance of having reforming care as well as support in England. The coalition Government through their programs focused on providing a strong commitment towards the people that use both care and support by ensuring that they are treated with respect and dignity and that they received adequate care and support to cater for their daily lives. The government, later on, published a report on November 2010 which was aimed at creating a perception of what the reform system should look like.

The Law Commission in May 2011 recommended bringing up various elements of the social health care law to be a modern, single, adult social health care statute. Later on, in 2011, the funding report on care and support by the Dilnot Commission gave out its findings which made recommendations on how to fund both care and support with regards to the future.&nbsp. &nbsp.

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