Care services minister reveals admiration for social workers

September 2010
Community Care;9/30/2010, Issue 1837, p8
An interview with Paul Burstow, a British politician, is presented. When asked about the plans of increasing the eligibility thresholds by the councils, he cites that the decisions of the local government will be based on the Comprehensive Spending review of the directors. Burstow has expressed his admiration on the difficult tasks handled by social workers. He assures that the Health Professional Council (HPC) will understand the nature of the social work to be able to prevent marginalization in the HPC.


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