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Cinderella needs a Fairy Godmother urgently
Richard Humphries, Assistant Director of Policy at The King’s Fund has responded to this year's ADASS budget survey.  “This survey once again highlights the mounting pressures on social care budgets.  ….  Social care is now at a crossroads.  It is at risk of becoming a residual service, available only to those with the lowest incomes and highest needs, leaving thousands of people and their families struggling to meet the costs of care”.
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King’s Fund:  Social care at a crossroads - response to the ADASS budget survey


LGA Responds to ADASS Budget survey 2015

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