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Minimum price of home care to rise by 12% next year, says provider body

The Homecare Association says councils and NHS commissioners would have to pay providers at least £25.95 an hour in 2023-24 to cover costs and provide 4% profit, but warns too many commission care at 'far below the true cost.'


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