Ageism set to be outlawed

Dixon, John
December 2009
Community Care;12/10/2009, Issue 1799, p26
The article reports on ways that social care services must do to stop age discrimination by 2012 in line with the Equality Bill in Great Britain. It mentions that the law will introduce a ban on age discrimination and a new duty to encourage age equality. It notes that the bill will be effective in highlighting the need for action by the council to be able to prepare for the legislation on dealing with the financial challenges on the social care system.


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