Charity study underlines despair felt by over-65s

April 2009
Community Care;4/9/2009, Issue 1765, p10
The article presents information on a survey related to social care of older people in Great Britain. The charity Age Concern and Help the Aged called for money to be infused into older people's social care. It stated that the personalisation of care and support services had failed to stop the decline in the number of older people offered low-level care packages.


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