It's time for the Government to publish its plans for care, says new ADASS chief

By Ann McGauran | 29 April 2021

The Government must ‘publish its promised plans for the future of care and support as a matter of urgency,’ says the country’s new adult social care chief.

The pandemic had underlined there should be no ‘further delays’ in the publication of the plans, according to Stephen Chandler, who took on the presidency of the Association of Directors of Adult Social Services (ADASS) today.

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