We have proved that councils are the place for social care - ADASS

By Ann McGauran | 06 November 2020

The ‘joining up’ work done by local government during the pandemic has made it clear to Government and Whitehall that social care ‘needs a home’ in councils, says the president of ADASS.

Speaking at today’s final plenary session of the National Children and Adult Services Conference (NCASC) 2020, James Bullion said: ‘They can see from the joining up in local councils that social care needs a home in local government. That’s our true home going forwards.’

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