‘We should learn from Europe’ says Help the Aged


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

Ahead of the Green Paper expected this Spring, older people’s charity Help the Aged has released a new report exploring how personal budgets can help to fix what the charity calls ‘the UK’s broken social care system.’ The report, ‘Personalisation in Social Care: Progress in the UK and abroad’, looks at how personal budgets are used in other countries, what works, and what lessons can be learned from their experience.

Help the Aged – a member of the Right care Right deal coalition – is calling for a radical overhaul of the current social care system to impro





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