Free homecare could damage service, says London Councils


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

Nov. 30: The Government’s Personal Care at Home Bill could damage the capital’s already over-stretched social care services, London Councils has warned.

Adult social services departments have already been making efficiency savings to ensure they can maintain a high standard of service despite the current economic climate. But they are now being told to use these savings to help fund the government’s new initiative.


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