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Reforms are about more than not having to sell your home...

Reform to our care system is about more than not having to sell your home to pay for care, it is about providing more care at home, better pay for the workforce, increasing support for carers, and supporting people to recover after spending time in hospital. It is about something fundamentally different, not more of the same. Rather than talking about delaying reform, we should be accelerating it because improving social care will benefit us all.

Sarah McClinton, ADASS President


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