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by Eda Topliss
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Administrative Law
  • Author:
    Eda Topliss
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    0631127488
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    978-0631127482
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    Blackwell Pub (June 1, 1981)
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    190 pages
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    Administrative Law
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A Charter for the Disabled book. Charter for the Disabled: The Chronically Sick and Disabled Persons Act 1970 (Aspects of Social Policy). 0631127488 (ISBN13: 9780631127482).

In the years since legislation has built on the 1970 Act, the 1986 Disabled Persons Act required social services to provide a written assessment of disabled people an. .

The Act spoke of "the desirability of appointing to the committee persons with experience of work among and of the needs of the chronically sick and disabled, and to the person or persons with that experience being or including a chronically sick or disabled person or persons. Segregation in hospitals. In the years since legislation has built on the 1970 Act, the 1986 Disabled Persons Act required social services to provide a written assessment of disabled people and to look at the abilities of informal carers when deciding on the level of care needed.

or service designed to enable independence for disabled and older people.

The definition for assistive technology is as follows: Assistive Technology is any product or service designed to enable independence for disabled and older people.

What was the Chronically sick and Disabled person's act 1970? Compelled local authorities to provide services for .

What was the Chronically sick and Disabled person's act 1970? Compelled local authorities to provide services for disabled people incl. practical assistance, home adaptations, recreational activities, TV services and educational services and meals at home. The ICF is designed to be used within a multidisciplinary team environment where all the above factors are considered and an action plan devised to help optimum recovery for an individual person. It is also used as a tool for functioning and disability measurement and statistics.

In Britain, for example, the Chronically Sick and Disabled Person's Act (1970) and the Disabled. Person's (Services, Consultation and Representation) Act (1986), along with the appointment of a Minister for the Disabled in the 1970s, indicate moves towards the consideration of disability as a discrete policy issue, rather than as a mere adjunct to other policy issues. Hence the explanation for the current failure to examine the hidden assumptions or ideologies underpinning these specific policy initiatives must lie elsewhere.

Social and community care: services for disabled people During the 1970s, care in the community became a central part of government policy. White Papers – Better Services for the Mentally Handicapped and Better Services for the Mentally Ill – were published in 1971 and 1975 respectively, and on elderly people, A Happier Old Age, in 1978 (DHSS, 1971; DHSS, 1975; DHSS 1978)