What is the purpose of the Care Standards Act?


The purpose of the Care Standards Act is to reform the regulatory system for care services in England and Wales. If the Act is implemented effectively, it could impact on the quality of care provided to children and vulnerable adults. It could make the system of regulation and inspection of care in particular simpler, more transparent and navigable.
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The purpose of care Standards Act 2000 is to provide care services in Engalnd and Wales such as children's homes, nursing homes and providing voluntary health care services
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