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2Caring for protected adults (except caring for protected adults under the age of 18 which is merely incidental to caring for children generally).
3Teaching, instructing, training or supervising protected adults (except teaching, instructing, training or supervising protected adults which is merely incidental to teaching, instructing, training or supervising individuals who are not protected adults).
4Being in sole charge of protected adults (except being in sole charge of protected adults which is merely incidental to being in sole charge of individuals who are not protected adults).
5Providing assistance, advice or guidance to a protected adult or particular protected adults which relates to physical or emotional well-being, education or training (except providing assistance, advice or guidance to a protected adult or protected adults which is merely incidental to providing assistance, advice or guidance to individuals who are not protected adults).
6Providing, or working for an organisation which provides, a care home service but only if doing anything permitted or required in connection with the position gives the holder of the position the opportunity to have contact with protected adults (other than contact with protected adults who are under the age of 18 which is merely incidental to contact with children generally).
“Care home service” has the same meaning as in the 2001 Act.
7Inspecting adult care services (including inspecting any premises used for the purposes of providing such services) in pursuance of section 25 of the 2001 Act.
An “adult care service” is—
a support service,
an adult placement service,
a care home service,
a housing support service, or
an independent health care service which provides services of the type prescribed under section 94(1)(b),
not provided mainly or exclusively to children.
“Support service”, “adult placement service”, “care home service”, “housing support service”, and “independent health care service” have the same meanings as in the 2001 Act.
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