Beginning to explore the experience of managing a direct payment for someone with dementia: The perspectives of suitable people and adult social care practitioners

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Laybourne, A. H.; Jepson, M. J.; Williamson, T.; Robotham, D.; Cyhlarova, E.; Williams, V.;

Following legal improvements made around mental capacity together with the Health and Social Care Act, it is now possible for a direct payment to be paid to a 'Suitable Person' to manage on someone's behalf to purchase directly care and support services. People with dem... View more
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