Using the case study critically discuss the following • The relevant legislation and policy which would be appropriate to your work with Suki and Amarjit . • The impact on service users and carers of the legal framework and procedures relevant to social work practice • How legal rules can ensure that entitlements are met and rights are promoted. • The key principles of holistic assessment of service users • The tensions inherent in the practice of law in relation to Social work and anti- oppressive practice with adults with reference to risk assessment. • Safeguarding procedures – when and how would they be used? • Ensure that you refer to values and anti-oppressive practice Case study is as follows: Suki is a 70 year old lady who lives alone in a bungalow designed for older adults. She was diagnosed with Alzheimers 6 months ago. Suki has some mobility problems and walks with a mobility aid. She has no other equipment in the home. Her daughter Amarjit lives nearby and supports Suki with laundry, food shopping and cleaning her home. Suki goes out with her daughter once a week. Amarjit also provides emotional support to Suki. Suki’s GP refers her to the local adult social care team due to concerns regarding her health. Suki has been losing weight and has a number of bruises to her arms. Suki is unable to recall the cause of the bruising. The GP referral also states that Suki smells of urine and had food stains to her clothing. She attended the GP surgery alone. Her daughter, Amarjit has contacted the surgery stating that she is struggling to support Suki and has been feeling depressed. The Police have also made a referral as Suki was found the previous evening outside in her dressing gown and slippers at 11pm. Police report that she appeared confused so they took her home and contacted Amarjit to advise that they had found her outside. You meet with Suki and she states that she is eating well, she does not feel that she has lost any weight, although agrees that her clothing looks bigger. She also advises that she gets tired of Amarjit coming in everyday and telling her what to do. Suki states that she never has any money as Amarjit spends it all.