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Outline differences between statutory and independent service provision.

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Outline difference between statutory and independent service provision.

Statutory service

Independent service

Services that are set up and regulated by the government.

Set up by the private sector (independent companies)

This means that government has decided that everyone who has a particular need must be able to access the service.

They offer paid services of those covered by insurance.

Government provides the money to support these services and pay the wages of those who work there.

Wages are provided by the corporation.

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Some of the funding also comes from charges made to service users e.g. prescription charges, dental and optician fees.

Support which is founded through fee payment through an insurance company.

Some statutory care facilities such hospital and hospices are supported by volunteers.

Some independent services also have offers for volunteers.

Mental health trust

Private hosptal, dentist, optician, Child-minder, Nurseries, crèche, Breakfast club, after school club

Social services

Private medical and nursing homes

The national health

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