Mitchell, Michelle
April 2009
Community Care;4/9/2009, Issue 1765, p6
The article discusses the need for radical reform in the social care sector in Great Britain. The author observes that older people's care and support is declining and is likely to become worse without more money and radical reform. He thinks one cannot wait for the economy to recover before investing in what is a chronically underfunded care and support system.


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