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SMILE (Supportive Multi-Ability Inter-Generational Life Experiences) provides day activities and projects for older people, adults with learning disabilities, autism and individuals who require specialist support.
The importance of good quality, effective learning and development cannot be underestimated by providers wanting to deliver excellent outcomes for service users.
A guide to accessing care and support for people who pay for their own care
The Mental Capacity Act Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (MCA DoLS) were introduced in 2009 to provide legal protection for vulnerable people who are, or may become, deprived of their liberty in a hospital or care home.
The Supervisory Body is responsible for assessing and authorising a deprivation of liberty. The City of Doncaster Council acts as the Supervisory Body for its locality and has overall management of the DoLS process. The role involves considering requests for authorisations, commissioning assessments to be undertaken, and from all assessments determine if a deprivation of liberty is occurring and grants the authorisation.
Advocacy is a way of protecting and asserting our rights. If someone speaks on your behalf, they are commonly known as an advocate.
The City of Doncaster Council undertook the Fair Cost of Care exercise as required by the Department of Health and Social Care throughout the summer of 2022.
Having a break is likely to help you cope with caring and give you time to recharge your batteries.
Do you want to share your enthusiasm for the work?
I Care Ambassadors aims to dispel the negative myths which are associated with the sector and promote a wide range of different career opportunities.