The relevant standards
Comments: underpinning values, legislation and policies
Receiving high-quality care and support
1.25: I can choose to have an active life and participate in a range of recreational, social, creative, physical and learning activities every day, both indoors and outdoors
It is difficult to work out which services these standards are aimed at — they seem less relevant for care at home for older people where the focus is on their personal care, but are more relevant for younger adults in supported living in small group homes and people in care homes; the standards emphasise choice, supporting emotional and personal development and identity
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