Campaigners want pooled budgets in Bill

February 2009
Community Care;2/19/2009, Issue 1758, p9
The article focuses on the Welfare Reform Bill of Great Britain, which would enable disabled people to receive direct payments for services currently not available under the program. Liz Sayce, chief executive officer (CEO) of disability network Radar, and Paul Davies, director of adult services at Oldham Council, said to a committee of members of parliament (MPs) that is examining the Bill, that it's provisions would be undermined by the existence of many different sources of funding.


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