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Care Admission Cuts

Workforce recruitment and rising costs are forcing social care providers to turn down admissions and in some cases, to shut services altogether.

Research commissioned by charity Hft, which is one of the largest and longest-established charities supporting people with learning disabilities, found three quarters of LD care providers turned down new admissions in 2021, while more than a third had to close services permanently.


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