Homecare body warns of a possible collapse in services through lack of adequate funding


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

The homecare sector’s professional association, UKHCA, has called on national and local government to recognise the impact of what it says is serious under-funding by local councils on Britain’s independent homecare providers.

UKHCA’s position on the fair funding of social care is spelt-out in “A Fair Price for Care”, which calls on local authorities to pay fees that reflect the true cost of services.


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