Seven steps to social care improvement

By Sam Clayden | 28 March 2018

‘Person-centred care means nothing if the individual’s choice and control is undermined by a lack of high-quality services to provide the support they need.’

Spoken by health and social care secretary Jeremy Hunt last week as he unveiled seven key principles for the social care green paper, these words perhaps sum up the frustrations of local authorities, who know what needs to be done, but do not have the funding to do it.

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