Ten year vision to improve adult social care

A ten year vision for adult social care has been published which will help provide greater choice for those receiving care and certainty over costs
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People who need care, the social care workforce and unpaid carers will benefit from the
ten-year vision for adult social care published today.

The white paper is part of the Government’s wider social care plans, backed by £5.4 billion, which, for the first time, provides a limit to the cost of care for everyone in the adult social care system, and significantly increases state support.

The Government has set out further details on how over £1 billion for system reform will be spent over the next three years to improve the lives of those who receive care – as well as their families and carers.

Read 'People at the heart of care' on GOV.UK

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