Social services' support for adults with no recourse to public funds
Develop your knowledge and skills to effectively respond to requests for care and support, including accommodation and financial assistance, made by adults who are unable to access benefits and housing due to their immigration status.
commission this course
Online via MS Teams
Who it's for
Local authority legal officers
What you’ll learn
What ‘no recourse to public funds’ means and who this applies to
What to consider when assessing needs of a person with no recourse to public funds under the Care Act 2014
When accommodation may be provided to meet needs under the Care Act 2014 or section 117 of the Mental Health Act 1983
When and how to undertake a human rights assessment
Best practice in case management and service delivery
Part 1: Introduction to 'no recourse to public funds' (NRPF)
Part 2: Providing accommodation under the Care Act 2014 & section 117 of the Mental Health Act 1983
Part 3: Human rights assessments when the Schedule 3 exclusion applies
This is an interactive course and includes case studies.