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Not Enough Social Workers

Most councils fear they will lack enough social workers and other frontline staff to implement the government’s adult social care reforms, the Local Government Association has found.

Three-quarters of lead councillors for adult social care said they were not confident they would have the required frontline capacity to deliver the reforms, which will come into force in October 2023.


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