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The Care and Support (Care Planning) (Wales) Regulations 2015

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Copies of care and support plans etc

7.—(1) The local authority must give a copy of the care and support plan to the persons described in paragraph (5).

(2) If, following a review of a care and support plan, the local authority decides to revise the plan it must give a copy of the revised plan to the persons described in paragraph (5).

(3) If, following a review of a care and support plan, the local authority decides to confirm the plan it must give a copy of the record of the decision and the reasons for the decision to the persons described in paragraph (5).

(4) If, following a review of a care and support plan, the local authority decides to close the plan, it must give a copy of the closure statement to the persons described in paragraph (5).

(5) For the purposes of paragraphs (1) to (4) the persons are—

(a)if the care and support plan has been prepared for an adult—

(i)the adult for whom the plan has been prepared,

(ii)any person authorised to act on behalf of the adult, and

(iii)where the adult lacks capacity to be able to request a person to act on their behalf and there is no person authorised to act on their behalf, any person who the local authority considers to be acting in the best interests of the adult;

(b)if the care and support plan has been prepared for a child—

(i)the child for whom the plan has been prepared,

(ii)any person with parental responsibility for the child, unless this would be inconsistent with the child’s well-being,

(iii)any person authorised to act on behalf of the child, and

(iv)where the child lacks capacity or is not competent to request a person to act on their behalf and there is no person authorised to act on their behalf, any person who the local authority considers to be acting in the best interest of the child.

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