June 2010
Community Care;6/3/2010, Issue 1821, p7
The article offers news briefs related to social service in Great Britain. Experts have warned that ending the Home Access Programme of Becta agency can affect disabled children. The coalition government has considered to reform the country's welfare system. Phil Hodgson has been appointed as chairman of the Welsh Safeguarding Children Forum.


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