Wales injects £37m to fund long term care

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

Deputy minister for social services in Wales Gwenda Thomas has announced an additional £37 million for this financial year for continuing healthcare, intended to enable elderly people to live more independent lives.

The announcement in September came as new statistics showed continued improvements in reducing the number of patients experiencing delayed discharge from hospital.

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