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Public Bill Committee: Health and Social Care Bill: Clause 48 - Exclusion of nursing care from community care services (6 Feb 2001)

Mr John Maxton: With this it will be convenient to take new clause 11—Exclusion of long term care from community care services in Wales— `.(1) The National Assembly for Wales may by order provide for the exclusion of long term care from the provision of community care services in Wales. (2) ``Long term care'' means any care in a residential or care home setting that is not board and lodging.'.

Public Bill Committee: Community Care (Delayed Discharges etc.) Bill: Clause 12 - Free provision of certain community care services (12 Dec 2002)

Derek Conway: With this it will be convenient to take the following: Amendment No. 92, in clause 12, page 7, line 31 , at end insert 'or (c) community equipment, including aids to daily living, mobility aids, adaptations to the home, equipment for home nursing, communication aids and other items listed in Schedule (Community Equipment); or (d) intermediate care as defined in Schedule (Intermediate...

Public Bill Committee: Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Bill [Lords]: Clause 44 (13 Jul 2006)

Ivan Lewis: Amendment No. 173 is designed to narrow the circumstances in which a pregnant woman or a nursing mother may be considered vulnerable. I think that the Opposition share our concern that, as drafted, the clause is far too wide. For example, the teacher of an antenatal yoga class would at present be regarded as undertaking a regulated activity. The amendment would tighten that definition and...

Public Bill Committee: Health and Social Care (Community Health and Standards) Bill: Clause 4 - Application by NHS trusts (20 May 2003)

Chris Grayling: I want to say a few things in response to the interesting set of amendments tabled by my hon. Friend the Member for South Cambridgeshire. He has put his finger on one of the clearest issues arising from the structures that have been put in place by the Government under the Bill—that is, that there is a coherent argument to say that the democratic model that is being phased in to the NHS is...

Public Bill Committee: Health and Social Care Bill: Clause 52 - Disregarding of resources when determining need for residential accommodation (6 Feb 2001)

John Hutton: As the hon. Gentleman will be aware, councils are under a legal duty under the National Health Service and Community Care Act 1990 to assess the care needs of anyone who, in their view, may be in need of community care services. The law currently provides that where a person needs residential accommodation and care and attention are not otherwise available the local authority shall provide...

Public Bill Committee: Health and Care Bill: Schedule 2 - Integrated care boards: constitution etc (16 Sep 2021)

Karin Smyth: I beg to move amendment 17, in schedule 2, page 124, line 14, at end insert— “(7) An integrated care board may enter into an externally financed development agreement in respect of any Local Improvement Finance Trust relevant to the area for which it has responsibility and receive the income related to that agreement. (8) An integrated care board may enter into an externally financed...

Public Bill Committee: Health and Social Care(Re-Committed) Bill: Examination of Witnesses (28 Jun 2011)

Dr Paynton: There is one other aspect to this. If we are serious about wanting to shift the focus of care into the community, that requires everyone to support that direction of travel. It also requires us to consider, as Clare has said, provider reform and how we can enhance the capabilities of primary and community services to provide the care in the community that our population is...

Public Bill Committee: Health and Social Care Bill: Clause 175 (10 Mar 2011)

Daniel Poulter: Does my hon. Friend the Minister agree with this point? There has been a problem with overview and scrutiny committees in relation to local authorities and joined-up thinking, particularly on care of the elderly. When the overview and scrutiny committee in my local authority, for example, said that closing community hospitals was a bad idea, because we need to look after older people, have...

Public Bill Committee: Community Care (Delayed Discharges etc.) Bill: Clause 2 - Notice of patient's possible need (10 Dec 2002)

Paul Burstow: I beg to move amendment No. 67, in clause 2, page 2, line 11, at end insert— '(2A) Further to the fulfilment of the requirements under subsection 1(a) and (b) a single assessment process shall be undertaken to include— (a) assessment of entitlement for continuing care in pursuance of statutory responsibilities under the National Health Service Act 1977; (b) assessment of entitlement...

Public Bill Committee: Mental Health Bill [Lords]: New Clause 13 (15 May 2007)

Commencement of section [Repeal of provisions for after-care under supervision] ‘(1) An order under section 53 providing for the commencement of section [Repeal of provisions for after-care under supervision] may, in particular, provide— (a) for that section not to apply to or affect a patient who is subject to after-care under supervision immediately before that commencement, and (b) for...

Public Bill Committee: Community Care (Delayed Discharge etc.) Bill: Clause 4 - Liability to make delayed discharge payments (10 Dec 2002)

Jacqui Smith: I was coming to that point. The context is the increased investment, which will provide 130,000 additional carer services over the next three years, 500,000 more pieces of community equipment, 70,000 more social care intermediate care services and 30,000 home care services; packages of five hours or more a week. The national service framework for older people, referred to by my hon. Friend...

Public Bill Committee: Modern Slavery Bill: Schedule 4 - Minor and consequential amendments (14 Oct 2014)

Health and Social Care (Community Health and Standards) Act 2003 (c. 43) 19 In paragraph 1 of Schedule 10 to the Health and Social Care (Community Health and Standards) Act 2003 (recovery of NHS charges: exempted payments)— (a) omit “or” at the end of sub-paragraph (b); (b) at the end of sub-paragraph (c) insert “or (d) section 8 of the Modern Slavery Act 2014 (slavery and...

Public Bill Committee: Welfare Reform Bill (24 Mar 2011)

Professor Kempson: As I read it, there will be no ring-fencing, and I cannot even see that there is any proposal as yet to build in any form of accountability by local authorities. That is the very least that is needed. Otherwise, we will find even less fairness than the Public Accounts Committee found when it inquired into the current social fund. I am referring particularly, of course, to...

Public Bill Committee: Community Care (Delayed Discharges etc.) Bill: Clause 1 - Meaning of ''NHS body'' and ''qualifying hospital patient'' (10 Dec 2002)

Jacqui Smith: The Bill is intended, as I suggested earlier, to set up a framework of incentives that could operate in a range of areas where patients cannot obtain the community care services that they need and are delayed in in-patient settings. Amendment No. 1 would narrow the scope of the Bill to affect only patients receiving acute and geriatric care. I understand that, as the hon. Member for West...

Public Bill Committee: Health and Social Care(Re-Committed) Bill: Examination of Witnesses (28 Jun 2011)

Daniel Poulter: I have two questions, the first to Dr Bennett and Sonia Brown. You said that the focus was going to be on achieving value for the NHS and promoting integrated care. There are, obviously, considerable health care economic arguments as well as patient arguments for supporting integrated care and preventing unnecessary hospital admissions, as we heard earlier on. In Monitor’s role as part of...

Public Bill Committee: Children and Social Work Bill [Lords]: Pre-proceedings work with families (12 Jan 2017)

Kate Green: I rise to add briefly to my hon. Friend’s remarks. The Minister will be aware of the rise in the number of care proceedings initiated—my hon. Friend alluded to that—and the disparity in outcomes for different ethnic groups. There are much higher instances of children from certain ethnic backgrounds being in care compared with the population as a whole. I particularly draw the...

Public Bill Committee: Care Bill [Lords]: Clause 118 - Powers of administrator etc (30 Jan 2014)

Sarah Newton: My right hon. Friend makes a really important point about ensuring that the whole of a local community is consulted widely because care will be affected as well as the health service. Does he feel that not only the local commissioning groups but the health and wellbeing boards have an important role in engagement? All the stakeholders, including people in the communities, must come together...

Public Bill Committee: Welfare Reform Bill: Clause 16 (24 Feb 2009)

James Clappison: I rise to speak to amendment 18, in clause 16, page 21, line 7, at end add— ‘(8) (a) the Secretary of State shall prepare an Annual report on the operation of the arrangements relating to the community care grants and shall include in that report details of the number and value of the community care grants awarded, (b) a copy of every such report shall be laid before each House of...

Public Bill Committee: Health and Social Care: New Clause 18 - Liability for residential care charges (8 Feb 2001)

`.—(1) Where a person— (i) has previously made their own arrangements for care and attention in a residential care or nursing home, and (ii) has requested an assessment under section 47 of the National Health Service and Community Care Act 1990 inter alia to obtaining community care services, including accommodation provided under section 21(1), and (iii) the authority has assessed that...

Public Bill Committee: Education Bill: Clause 25 - Power of governing body to provide (8 Jan 2002)

Ivan Lewis: I do not want to have a ping-pong discussion such as that before Christmas, when we agreed on objectives but disagreed about the mechanisms to achieve them. That would not be the best use of the Committee's time. Anyone who considers the issues objectively will accept that the Government have a very good and positive record. Legitimising the enhanced involvement of schools in a broader range...


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