Analyst reports on council fee rates


Posted on September 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Baseline fee rates for the 200,000 council supported elderly people in independent sector care homes across the UK have received an average uplift of 2.6% for financial year 2009/10, according to Laing & Buisson’s annual survey published in the June edition of Community Care Market News.

This is a slight fall compared to the 3% increase seen in last year’s round of uplifts.

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