February 2010
Community Care;2/18/2010, Issue 1806, p7
The article offers news briefs related to social care services in Great Britain. A consultative 10-year strategy has been issued by the Scottish government to roll out personalization in social care and related services. Hilary Tompsett, a social worker, urged social workers and students to make efforts to shape their profession's future. Controversial new contracts for care and support services for disabled people were officially scrapped by Edinburgh Council.


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