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Carers Summit Guest Speaker – The Carers Centre Brighton – Friday 28 November 2014

Cate Searle - martin searle solicitors Community Care expert Cate Searle is delighted to announce she will be a guest speaker at the Carer’s Summit for Carer’s Rights Day organised by The Carer’s Centre in Brighton. She will be talking about The Care Act 2014 and how this new law will affect carer rights from April 2015.

Her talk will include:

  • Why changes are needed in the law and how this effects your right to receive support as a carer
  • How carers will be recognised in the law in the same way as those they care for and new rules surrounding young carers, or adult carers of disabled children and planning effective moves to adult care
  • What effects changes in The Care Act will have on local authority assessments and the overall improved quality of life for the carer

Cate and Martin Searle Solicitors have been a long standing supporters of The Carers Centre in Brighton and has worked alongside them since our firm was established ten years ago. Or firm supports the Carers Centre’s values to improve the quality of life for carers in Brighton & Hove. Cate has a nationwide reputation for her expertise in issues that impact on services provided by social services and the NHS to carers and their families, including problems accessing NHS or social services funding.

The Carers Summit is on Friday 28 November 2014 at The Hilton Brighton Metropole, Hotel Kings Road, Brighton, BN1 2FU. From 10.15am – 2.00pm. To book your place call The Carers Centre on 01273 746222.

If you would like to attend The Carers Summit, but cannot leave the person you care for, The Carers Centre can help arrange support. Please contact Access Point on 01273 295555 or email accesspoint@brighton-hove.gov.uk

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Founded in Brighton in 2004, Martin Searle Solicitors is an award-winning law firm providing specialist legal advice and support in employment law for employers and employees, as well as expert guidance and legal advice in community care law.

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