Five key reform o re-shape adult care law

February 2010
Community Care;2/25/2010, Issue 1807, p8
The article offers information on Tenth Program of Law Reform proposed by Great Britain's Law Commission to review adult social care in England and Wales and discusses key proposals of the program.


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