Review of weekly maximum charge, for social care by the Welsh Assembly

Review of weekly maximum charge proposed by the Welsh Assembly

We are seeking your views and comments on proposals to revise the weekly maximum charge.
Start of consultation: 07/02/2014
End of consultation: 07/03/2014

This is in respect of people who are required to pay for the non-residential social services they receive.

We ask you to consider:

  • a proposal to increase  the weekly maximum charge from £50 to £55 per week from April 2014; and
  • a proposal to increase the weekly maximum charge from £55 to £60 per week from April 2015.

The weekly maximum charge was introduced by the Welsh Government as part of the First Steps Improvement Package in April 2011.

This introduced more consistency in the charges local authorities make for the non-residential social services they provide.

How to respond

Please submit your comments by 07 March 2014, in any of the following ways:

Email

RevisionofWeeklyMaximumCharge@Wales.gsi.gov.uk

Post

Steve Gulliford
Welsh Government
Developing Policy for Children and Adults
Social Service and Integration Directorate
Cathays Park, Cardiff
CF10 3NQ

http://wales.gov.uk/consultations/healthsocialcare/charge/?lang=en

 

Carers Strategies (Wales) Measure 2010 | Carers UK

Carers Strategies (Wales) Measure 2010

The Carers Strategies (Wales) Measure 2010 was passed by the National Assembly for Wales on 22 September 2010 and received Royal Assent on 10 November 2010. The Carers Strategies (Wales) Regulations 2011 were approved by the National Assembly for Wales on 6 December 2011. The Measure, Regulations and Guidance on implementing the Measure were issued to LHBs, Velindre NHS Trust, the Welsh Ambulance Trust and Social Services (the ‘designated authorities’) on 8 December 2011.

via Carers Strategies (Wales) Measure 2010 | Carers UK.