The King's Fund comments on Local Government Association's social care Green Paper
Richard Humphries, Senior Fellow at The King's Fund, commentied on the Local Government Association's Green Paper for adult social care and wellbeing
'The need for a long-term settlement for social care alongside that of the NHS has never been greater. The LGA's Green Paper is an important and welcome contribution to the debate and a reminder that the government must fulfil its manifesto commitment to produce a proper plan for social care.'
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