February 2009
Community Care;2/26/2009, Issue 1759, p9
The article presents news briefs related to community and social service in Great Britain. According to the National Council for Voluntary Organisations, the downturn in public spending from 2011 could hit social care charities hard. Janice Hutton, a social worker has been honoured for her work promoting reading at an adolescent psychiatric unit in Newcastle. Leonard Cheshire Disability is seeking a new chair to replace Nigel Broomfield, who is retiring after five years in the post.


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